Adventure & Thereapy blended together with each other are the perfect mixture of therapeutic goals, challenge, and excitement. Nature holds a perfectly, natural space for therapy to occur with clients of all ages.Therapy pairs well with paddle boarding, canoeing, kayaking, skiing, mountain biking, as well as hiking. There are many opportunities to be active while maintaining a therapeutic atmosphere.
Hannah works with individuals, couples and families in a variety of capacities. Individuals young and old enjoy Hannah's style of therapeutic coaching which focuses on helping them heal, grow, and achieve their personal goals. Hannah helps couples and families take their connection deeper and make their relationship stronger. She also works with parents to help them understand their little one's behaviors or challenges. Hannah works with you no matter what stage of life your in.
Hannah will work with your small or large business to help you reach your goals and build a healthy, and effective team foundation. Maybe you've never thought of working with a counsellor to help strength your staff team or organization; however, being a relationship specialist (therapeutic coach) means Hannah can bring many unique and valuable tools to your workplace to help you achieve whatever you want to achieve within your company.
A Convergence of Currents occurs where one or more streams meet and flow together creating a larger river. Similarly, I believe that counselling/consulting is a collaborative process between client and professional where relational and generative conversations create transformation.
Rivers always flow to the lowest point and are directed on their way by features or obstructions in the riverbed that impact the shape of the river and direction the river flows. The rocks in the riverbed are also shaped by the flow of water over their surface. They are worn and softened by the movement of water. Thus both the river and the rocks shape and are shaped by each other.
Sometimes, when there are storms the water level rises and the current becomes stronger; other times, the water flow recedes and the river gently meanders along its way.
This metaphor represents the experience of being in a relationship, whether it be with a romantic partner, a business partner, or any kind of relationship. In counselling/consulting, the professional may direct the conversation with clients; however, both are shaping and being shaped by each other in the process, neither one leaving the session without being transformed through the collaborative process. Crises, like storms, come and go and impact the client’s life, the professional’s life, and the life of the session.
“No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it’s not the same river and he’s not the same man.” ~ Heraclitus
Kimberley, British Columbia
Hannah is an active individual and her heart feels most at peace when she is on a river, at the top of a mountain or in the middle of a forest. She believes that nature has the ability to help us lose our minds, while we find our souls.