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Collingwood Psychotherapy & Yoga Centre Blog, Collingwood, ON

Learn more about psychotherapy on our blog.

At Collingwood Psychotherapy & Yoga Centre, we want you to feel at peace about your decision to come to our practice in Collingwood, Ontario. We started our blog to offer resources relating to how we view provide more information about healing. We have chosen the modalities of relational psychotherapy, interpersonal neurobiology, trauma-informed therapies and yoga therapy because these modalities have helped us on our personal healing paths. We want to share our passion for these areas with you, as well as offer some insight into how we view trauma, personal development, the journey of parenting, developmental neurobiology and other thoughts we might have related to healing and growth. No and why, no matter where you are in life, engaging with these processes can help you move forward, reduce or overcome past trauma symptoms, and ignite personal growth and development.

What does it mean to “Hold the Container”?

What does it mean to “Hold the Container”?

To understand this strategy, we need to reflect on what the metaphor is implying. A container is composed of walls and the space inside. The space inside is contained by the walls of the container so that something can be held within. In this metaphor, the walls are...

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Our Mission

To provide clients with an accepting, friendly space to discover their healing path and to develop therapeutic relationships that sustain, inspire and guide them.

To provide clients with highly skilled, self responsible and self aware psychotherapists and yoga therapists who are always striving to learn about advancements in their fields and to continually develop themselves.

To create psychoeducational opportunities for clients to empower them to learn about their symptoms and how they can move towards healing and growth.

To provide innovative training programs that develop highly competent, self aware, self responsible, and inspiring psychotherapists and yoga therapists.