Stress

An Interview About Stress

What is it and how do we change

our relationship with it?

with

Nadine Lulu M.ED. CCC. R.P.

Clinical Director / Registered Psychotherapist

Founder and Director of CHATT (Community Health Assessment and Therapy Team) Therapist for Adolescents, Adults and Couples

Special Interest in Trauma, Mood Disorders, couples counselling and conflict resolution.

Click play on the player below to listen to the audio of this lesson

A Guided Meditation with Introduction  by Nadine Lulu

The Video Below is the Guided Meditation Only

About Nadine

Nadine is a Cognitive-Behavioural Therapist (CBT), who has been providing counselling while working with community agencies, hospitals, post-secondary schools and in private settings, since 1999. Nadine is the Founder and Director of CHATT Inc.

Nadine is known for her exceptional warmth, humour and problem-solving abilities which she applies to her work with individuals experiencing anxiety, OCD, depression, post-trauma, motor vehicle accidents, relationship issues (maintenance or ending), and life-disrupting mental illnesses. Nadine uses a recovery-based cognitive model (CBT) treatment which teaches new ways of thinking and behaving as a strategy to solving most emotional issues. She also provides Independent Psychological Assessments in relation to Motor Vehicle Accidents, and Workplace Health and Safety Board claims (WSIB).

Nadine is a Gottman Seven Principles Certified Trainer. The Gottman principles are based on over 40 years of research on what couples can do to strengthen their relationship and better resolve conflict.

Nadine obtained her Master of Arts degree in counselling psychology from the O.I.S.E. at the University of Toronto and has since received intensive training in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. She is a Canadian Certified Counsellor.

 

Located in:

Oxford Chiropractic Care Clinic

269 King Street West,

Ingersoll, ON N5C2K6

519-485-2428

http://www.chatteam.ca

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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