When we wake up, we can apply ‘intent’ to our day by putting awareness to our actions.
“I am aware that I am making breakfast to feed my body what it needs.” Or “I am aware that this day will be spent at home because of the pandemic and to keep myself and others safe.”
By doing this, we focus on living in the present moment, owning our actions. Practicing this makes us see how often we act without realizing what we are doing.
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I am Ilse!!
I started my interest in Grief, Death and Dying during my Masters in Religion, from which I graduated at the University in Leuven, Belgium. I got a teachers degree and pastoral community work certification as well.
I worked towards a certification of Health Educator at the European Academy for Complementary Medicine in Antwerp, Belgium.
My family has lived in different Latin-American countries. In 2009 we arrived in Canada and that's when I decided to certify in “intervention in palliative care’. I also got a grief Edu-Therapy certification, a cognitive behavioral approach to grieving. I am certified by ADEC, the Association for Death Education and Counseling as a grief educator. I am a member of the OAMHP, Ontario Association for Mental Health Professionals
In my practice, now situated in Oakville, Ontario, I accompany adults and teens coping with any kind of LOSS by providing a safe, confidential, non-judgmental place where they can discuss their experiences and share their thoughts, feelings and reactions.
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