Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it.”


Write for Self-Discovery & Meaning

a Virtual Journaling Workshop

“Hope is always accompanied by the imagination, the will to see what our physical environment seems to deem impossible. Only the creative mind can make use of hope. Only a creative people can wield it.”    

― Jericho Brown

In this virtual workshop, Chantal will guide participants through a series of journaling exercises to help them:

  • Explore their inner worlds
  • Promote creativity
  • Find meaning
  • Locate inner resources

This workshop will be held on Zoom. Link will be sent upon registration. 

No writing experience or expertise necessary! Sharing is optional. Please have a notepad and writing instrument handy.

Saturday, August 22nd • 10:00 – 11:15 am

The Good Enough Therapist

a Journaling/Writing Workshop for Clinicians 

This 90-minute workshop provides clinicians with the opportunity to reflect on their practice and needs as a clinicians. Chantal will guide participants in a series of writing exercises designed to support and sustain a deliberate and loving clinical practice.

We will address topics of:

  • professional identity
  • goals
  • resistances to growth and success
  • the role of creativity and imagination in discovering inner resources, June 26th

No writing experience necessary!

Friday, June 26th 1:00 – 2:30 pm

Fee: 45 $ (Pre-licence $35)


Write for the Planet

Sunday, March 22 / 2-4 pm @ Yoga Soup!

$30 in advance, $35 day-of 

100% of profits will benefit Heal the Ocean

Our fears about the environment are real and valid. How can we tend to our outer world before addressing our inner climate? 

Renowned climate activists such as Joana Macy and Paul Hawken agree that the paralysis that plagues us collectively and individually around issues of climate activism are a result of our unacknowledged/repressed feelings about climate change. In order to tend to the needs of the planet, we must first tend to ourselves.

This workshop is designed to help people put words to their feelings about the environment through the act of writing.

Participants of the workshop will be guided through a series of writing exercises to help them:

  • make connections of how inner and outer climate relate (cosmic ecology)
  • gain support from a conscious community
  • give expression to feelings about the environment so as not to hold them in the body
  • express frustration and grief
  • liberate inner resources: hope and creativity