4-Week Mindfulness Somatic Practice for Separation & Divorce - 06/08/2018

  • Presented By: www.kimcochrane.ca
  • Speaker / Facilitator: Kim Cochrane MA, dipTIRP - Registered Psychotherapist (RP)
  • Topic Area: Individual Growth and Development, Health & Wellness

  • Start Date: 06/08/2018
  • Duration: 4-Week Program - In-Person & Online
  • Daily Schedule: 12:00AM - 12:00AM
  • Registration Deadline: Call or email for more information - hello@kimcochrane.ca - 647 222-3086

  • Location: 6633 Hwy #7 - Suite #012 Markham, Ontario, L3P 7P2
  • Fee Info: $500.00 for 4-Week Program
  • Open To: General Public

  • Contact Information: Please contact me - hello@kimcochrane.ca or 647 222-3086 I look forward to hearing from you. Kim

Going through separation and divorce is hard. Our resources are diminished, and we''re in pain. We become less present and more reactive. We struggle to enjoy parts of life that once fulfilled us. We may lose connection with our children, our friends, our work or our physical environment.  We may make choices that undermine our health and well-being.


Through this focused, one-on-one program, offered in-person and via Zoom or Skype, I will help you develop a consistent, mindful somatic (body-focused) practice, providing a gentle and straightforward way to meet the intensity of this time in your life. I will support you to develop skills that lower your reactivity and create the space to be in your life, moment-to-moment.


We will work together to enable you to respond to life from a place of wisdom and compassion, practice tolerating difficult emotions held in the body, make good decisions based on your values and goals, and break patterns of stress, anger, anxiety and self-harm.


This program will help you:


Understand the conditions that create suffering in your life, so you can live more fully;

Learn how to process difficult experiences in order to move through them;

Cultivate the ability to accept intense feelings without being controlled by them;

React differently to challenging thoughts and feelings;

Cultivate a body-focused, mindful practice to help you tolerate difficult emotions.


With our willingness to turn toward our suffering, we slowly acknowledge, integrate, and accept the truth of our challenges and losses. In so doing, we open our hearts and experience deep connection to the most precious parts of our lives.


I look forward to walking this path with you.


* If you are curious about my 4-week program, please email me to arrange a call to discuss it further.


Kim