There is no grief like the grief that  does not speak . - Henry Wadsworth Longfellow


My Approach to counselling 

I practice Transpersonal Counselling Psychology, Bowen Family Systems, and Person Centered therapy

Looking from a family systems perspective, I believe we are always connected  to our family of origin in some form or another.

By looking at the history in your family, the stories, the losses and the gifts, we can explore how some of it may have had an impact on your life, what unresolved family struggles may have landed on your shoulders, and how may we shift those?

Many times I have heard why go back to the past? I want to deal with what's in front of me right now, the truth is your past has impact on you in the here and now, if we don't go to the source of the pain we cannot shift it's impact on the present. Your life has been shaped by those who went before you. 

I also hold an experiential component, I will ask you to step into your feelings, to heal it you must feel it, as much as there is discomfort, there also is the most growth in being able to allow yourself to go into the feelings, allowing them to be, without having an idea of them being right or wrong but simply with them being an expression of who you are and what you are moving through.

I hold I high regard for life in all it's ways, for me this is a part of my transpersonal context, believing in something greater then myself and my day to day goings on, for me spirit is the inter connection that runs through us all, the life we all are given and the depths it holds.

As humans our ability to do great harm and great love, are simply divided by experience and choice, I believe in the person in front of me as being a person full of choices and decisions each one to frame his next level of life and his next journey.

Maja Futrell-Frühling, BCST,RTC,

 Maja Is a registered Therapeutic Counselor (RTC #2311) with the Association of Cooperative Counselling Therapists of Canada (ACCT)

A Member of The Association of Counselling Therapy of Alberta (ACTA) #1835 

Specializing in bereavement, traumatic loss and suicide prevention, she completed the Assist training with the Vancouver Crisis Center, a homicide loss facilitator training with the BC Bereavement helpline and she has continued on to co- facilitate bereavement groups with both organizations for a number of years.

She is also a SafeTalk and SuicideTalk workshop facilitator through livingworks for the Vancouver crisis center presenting talks on Suicide awareness and prevention both for students and professionals . 

She has a diploma in Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy and one in Transpersonal Therapeutic counselling.

She taught Therapeutic counselling for two consecutive years with Clearmind International institute, teaching adults working towards becoming professional counselors.

She grew up in Vancouver with her 5 siblings in an atmosphere where creativity and self expression where highly valued. She has a background in Theater, film, Art and has worked many years in the hospitality field.

Maja also studied, preperinatal psychology, angel therapy and Soul mind body medicine.

She earned her international BCST certification with Bhadrena Tschmi Gemin and Kavi Gemin in 2011  and has done three graduate courses one with focus on working with the connection of the heart, one with Charles Ridley continuing to expend on the cranioal field and finally one with Jaap van der Wal on working with the embryo in us.

ACCT – Association of Cooperative Counselling Therapists of Canada
 

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