Empower My Bliss

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Therapy is a journey of self-discovery.


Do you ever feel like something is wrong with you?
Who would you be if you didn’t feel this way?

There is an old Sufi saying ‘your longing is what you long for’.

Working with a dedicated counsellor is not necessarily like an archeological dig for skeletons of the past.

It’s about identifying feelings in the body and the patterns showing up in your life today. It’s discovering what you are wishing for and needing here-and-now. It’s about whatever it is you need to close open or repetitive loops or fill in the missing attunements in relationship with another.

Most people would benefit from having a safe space to express their uncensored truth.

Therapy is not only for those who are healing from overt trauma, such as life-threatening incidents. It’s the patterns showing up today in your psyche & soma that tell the story. We don’t need to unearth all the details of the past. Often the moments where we do have a shift seem to trickle out and heal other moments that felt similar.

It’s here and now that we can befriend the body, find our Center and ground our energy in order to find more resilience and a greater sense of spaciousness in our lives.

Many of my clients are struggling with or have struggled with:

  • body image issues
  • perfectionism & people-pleasing
  • self-doubt
  • career decisions
  • loneliness
  • disconnection
  • relationship questions
  • inflation or deflation, sometimes associated with non-ordinary states

And may have a history of:

  • painful relationships, losses or endings
  • disordered eating or eating disorders
  • distressing or disturbing experiences

You may be in a life transition, including entering pregnancy or parenthood. Or you may be integrating spiritual concepts or learning to "hold the tension of opposites" (Carl Jung).

Having the support of a trained therapist to help us process our feelings and make more meaning of our story allows us to begin to liberate ourselves from self-judgment, criticism, shame and blame.

Arriving at a new level of self-acceptance through this process, our gifts have more room to reveal themselves, weave into our lives and inspire us forward.

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ANGELA CARUK, MA, RCC

My job is to help you identify what lies between you and your Authentic Presence; you will learn more about yourself and develop a deeper relationship with your inner world. Through this increased awareness, you will become more resilient in the face of life’s many challenges, improve your mood and deepen in your relationships.

Rates

Individual counselling 60 minute session:
$130 per session.

Couples counselling 60 minute:
$140 per session

Longer sessions may also be requested and can be particularly helpful for couples sessions.

CVAP and Empower Me clients can ask me  for an alternative booking link.

I offer a sliding scale for accessibility: please get in contact for more information.

All changes and cancellations require 48 hours notice.

Counselling Packages

Pay-as-you-go: This option allows you to book your sessions one by one and pay as you go along. Please note that you can end therapy sessions at any time.

Counselling Package A:
Series of 5 sessions + $25 off.

Counselling Package B:
Series of 10 sessions + $50 off.

Counselling Package C:
Series of 15 sessions + $75 off.

I accept etransfers, PayPal, cash and all major credit cards (+3%). Etransfer must be sent prior to session.

 Coverage 

Although counselling fees are not currently covered under the BC Medical Services Plan, many extended health plans do include counselling coverage. Please call your insurer and ask whether they cover a Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC).

I am BCACC registration #6724.

If you find that RCC visits are not covered under your plan, you may want to contact your insurance company directly to request an exception to the plan’s coverage. This link is to a letter that will help you write yours:

Insurance_Company_Letter

Crime Victim Assistance Program (CVAP)

The Crime Victim Assistance Program pays for counselling services for victims of crime, their close family members, and some witnesses.

Victims of crime often struggle with the emotional and psychological impact of the event. We help clients work through and resolve these impacts.

Information about CVAP (Crime Victim Assistance Program), including eligibility, can be found at:

http://www.pssg.gov.bc.ca/victimservices/publications/docs/cvap-counselling-guidelines.pdf

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angela

I am a a Mindfulness-based body-oriented Counselling Psychotherapist working in Private Practice. I am passionate about Purpose, Pleasure, Self-Compassion, Embodied Wisdom, Relationships, Women’s Work & Creativity.

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