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welcomeHello. In this website you will find information on the counseling and holistic therapy services that I provide. The blog will be a sharing of inspirational information that I come across in my own exploration that I would like to share with you. You are invited to explore the sections of various articles and writings dedicated to enhancing the understanding of the abilities of the human psyche. You will find links, books, films, and fun things to watch and listen to, offering a small window to a positive outlook in the collective conscious evolution we all share. You can also enjoy my photography galleries, if you like to walk with me in images of nature.

Thanks for coming, look around, stay awhile and let me know if I can be of service.

Integrative Creative Counseling

Written by Fleur Nelson on . Posted in Counselling

Combining Integrative Modalities

Designed to Support your Inner Balance and Personal Growth

I provide a safe and compassionate therapeutic space in which you can discover both your strengths and weaknesses and how you relate to the world. You will work at your pace, to allow your feelings, emotions, and how you experience yourself to emerge.

The aim is to support you in developing a balancing awareness of body-mind-spirit so that your Core qualities can emerge more into your daily life and relationships.

The sessions are tailored to embrace your subjective/lived experience and psychological difficulties with dialogue, and a holistic/relational view of human nature. The therapy approach is Integrative drawing from Depth Psycholology, Core-process Psychotherapy and Transpersonal Psychology.

I work with adults, couples and group clients experiencing a variety of issues such as:

Stress, Feelings of isolation, Relationship concerns, Loss of direction, Low self-esteem,

Career concerns, Issues that concern the collective, How to ground spirituality in daily life.

Holistic modalities are offered in order to facilitate an integration process of the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual potentials.




The workshop offers experiential understandings of mind-body consciousness dynamics. Integrative, holistic and transpersonal approaches to health and wellness are demonstrated and practiced in class. Participants learn various body-mind processing techniques that are practiced and engaged in group therapy.

Body-mind conditions - fear, sadness, stress, anxiety, trauma, anger, relationships, physical pain

How to process emotions

Introduction to mindfulness

Get in touch with your truth

Heart healing and alignment

Group processing - expression of emotional energy through body movement and art.

Dancing in the flames

Written by Fleur Nelson on . Posted in Blog

imageThis is a wonderful documentary. Below you can watch the trailer and when available you can order it on line. Powerful, insightful, provocative, Marion Woodman: Dancing in the Flames explores the inspiring life and many ‘deaths’ of one of the western world’s most important wisdom keepers, and sends a clarion call to a planet in the midst of “a shedding of its outworn skin”. Renowned Jungian analyst and author, Marion Woodman is celebrated for her work on feminine psychology and addiction, but her words and her wisdom speak to nearly everyone.

Fate and destiny

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imageIn this remarkable and timely book, renowned mythologist and storyteller Michael Meade explores the complex and mysterious territories of the human soul with daring and hard-won wisdom. Drawing on folktales and myths from many cultures and spiritual ideas from the East and West, he leads us to an undeniable truth: that the only story we came here to live is our own.
Weaving stories within stories, lacing pertinent psychology within cultural analysis, and mixing autobiography with myth, Meade opens the territory of fate and destiny to new interpretations and deeper meanings. If a person doesn't face their fate, they may never find their deep resources and natural gifts.

Laughter is the best medicine

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imageLaughter has always been part of our human expression and yet we haven't put very much thought into it. When is there we take it for granted and we just know that after a good laugh we tend to feel better. We were not taught that laughter is essential for our well-beingness and ideally should be embedded in our lives as a daily activity. Contemporary science is looking at this phenomenon with curiocity and highlights the importance of laughter as the best transformer energy for both mind and body health. In a world full of stress, worries and uncertainties, laughter is recommended as our best medicine.