Hi. I’m Kelly.
I’m a trained spiritual psychotherapist (registered as an RPQ in Ontario) and spiritual director.
Like a lot of people, it was my own journey with mental illness that led me to the path of self-transformation. A significant chunk of my life was consumed by extreme social anxiety and undiagnosed empath issues (not surprising since there’s no such thing as a diagnosis for clairsentience).
And like a lot of people, I struggled to find a way out. I learned Vipassana meditation, the Law of Attraction, and how to communicate with non-physical beings. I met my sub-personalities, my shadow side, and my inner child – who all turned out to be pretty cool. I worked with channellers, quantum healers, and shamans – every last one of them extremely good at what they do. I constantly plunged myself into new and unfamiliar situations, both personally and professionally, in order to make myself a stronger person.
The whole time I felt a bit guilty for not having found my “one thing” – that thing that was going to help me turn everything around, get onto the straight and narrow path, and give me my one way ticket to enlightenment.
Can you relate to this? Sometimes the stories we hear about other people’s transformation leave us feeling like we have some pretty big shoes to fill. Often we’re exposed to formulas or strategies that promise us lightening quick, life-altering results. And when we find out that we can’t replicate those results, we feel lost and defeated. At least, that’s how I felt for a long time.
When I committed myself to the study of spiritual psychotherapy and spiritual direction a new perspective began to dawn on me. I realized the diverse, eclectic path I’d been walking was not misguided or irrational. It was my belief that there was a method out there that was better than all the rest that was the issue.
Problems are complex. And so are solutions. My colourful healing adventure had been trying to show me this. Only I had been too busy looking for a healing magic pill to realize it. My healing process looked so different from everything I had read or heard about that I couldn’t bring myself to trust it.
My big healing breakthrough was not finding the technique that would save me, but opening myself up to the multi-dimensional and fluid nature of healing. This is when it became possible to consciously choose harmony in every moment, and move step by step towards the life I dreamed about.
I no longer believe there’s one ultimate approach to healing. But I also don’t believe healing has to be hard. There is a natural rhythm to everything in the universe, including our personal unfolding. I believe that the greatest teachings are the ones that point us to the cycles of transformation which govern all of nature, including our own minds, emotions, bodies and spirits.
I believe that you have access to this wisdom. In fact, I believe that it’s already been working it’s magic in your life. And I believe that you have an unparalleled ability to transform yourself at the deepest level. All you need is to come home to the wisdom which resides inside you.
With the help of timeless healing systems such as Vedic philosophy and the Medicine Wheel, I’ve shaped my passion for understanding the big picture of healing into an inclusive and user-friendly approach called the Ecology of Healing. There are currently two ways to access this approach – through the Ecology of Healing Program and through spiritual psychotherapy sessions.
Whether you’re looking to add to your existing healing toolbox, align more fully with your own healing wisdom, show up for yourself in a new way, or find a system that brings together the conventional and the metaphysical, I’m here to help you.
If participating in the program or therapy isn’t an option for you right now, I invite you to join my e-mail list by entering your name and e-mail address below. This is the best way to stay connected, as I don’t spend a lot of time on social media. I hate spam. So I send e-mails sparingly, to genuinely help others.
If you’re still reading, thank you for taking the time to get to know me. I’m so grateful that our journeys have collided, and I look forward to all the good things yet to come.