Narrative refers both to the words that you speak as well as the language of your body – where these stories and discomforts sit energetically within your physical structure.
This work lets your mind and body know you are willing to listen to it and all of a sudden doorways open through which to view what is impacting you you from different perspectives.
Through these doorways you may discover memories, realise and release limiting behaviours, experience images, symbols, colours or sense new feelings in-formation; all expanding your capacity to understand yourself and find greater ease and clarity.
Together we draw on techniques such as focussing, active inquiry, language awareness, person-centered counselling, reflective mirroring, guided visualisations and light bodywork practices. Often we begin here and shift into working more symbolically by combining one or more of the other modalities I work with; Sandtray Therapy, Dreamwork and Animal Medicine Wisdom
As a coach I help you to get clear on wants, needs, desires and goals and create systems that become pathways you can walk along towards the life you want to live.
“Stacia’s spiritual healing sessions are truly unique. With her warm personality and intuitive qualities, Stacia uses client-based methods enabling connection with oneself, evoking powerful self-discoveries and meaningful learning. Using her healing hands and prompting, Stacia facilitated my own narrative from deep within. By helping me to tune into my sub-conscious, my physical body and my spirit, she lead me though a very personal and spiritual journey, revealing hidden answers and emotional and physical relief. Every moment with Stacia is influential – wonderfully enlightening and therapeutic and these moments are taken as needed with ease, with flow and disregard of time. Unlike others, she really is whom she claims – a Spiritual Healer." [Kylie was a recovering Acute Myloid Luekaemia & stem cell transplant patient who was referred to me from another client. Kylie was seeking alternative support in her recovery process after attempts at mainstream methods weren't providing the full support she required.]