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Gulin Aydin Counselling

1190 King Street East, Kitchener

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Her counseling approach is the brain based mindfulness therapies for treatment of emotional/physical health issues such as depression, anxiety, chronic pain and post traumatic stress disorder.
One of the therapies that she uses in her practice is EMDR (Eye Movement Desentization and Reprocessing). Traumatic experiences tend to stay locked in our bodies and minds until they can be released. EMDR has been found to be particularly effective at facilitating healing and growth. It is remarkable for its ability to move disturbing memories into the past so they no longer affect the person. It is focused on bringing together the images, thoughts, feelings, and body sensations of person’s experience. Working with the body and mind together is key in overcoming trauma. She received her Level I and II trainings in Boston and Chicago from EMDR Humanitarian Assistance Program.
She believes in a holistic approach and encourages clients to supplement their therapy with exercise, yoga, nutrition awareness and mindfulness based practice. As a holistic therapist, her goal is to help clients uncover their true potential and discover greater confidence and self-awareness along their journey. She has been fortunate to work with many diverse clients over the years, each of whom has contributed to her learning and development.

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