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Hi, I'm Kamila. 


I'm a trauma-informed coach helping sensitive, empathic women soothe their nervous system and build more capacity to fully enjoy life.

I specialize in working with women experiencing anxiety, depression, C-PTSD, chronic pain, and other physical and emotional symptoms.

Most of my clients are highly sensitive women and mothers. Being a highly sensitive person myself and a mother of a young child,  I know how overstimulating it can be to navigate through a day when you feel buried under a mountain of tasks, expectations, and emotions.

 


 

My passion is witnessing the pain that's been hiding for years, helping you process your past, accept yourself in the present, find your strength and resilience, and develop new ways of relating to others. And doing all of this step by step together. I believe healing in a group (even just two people) is far more transformative than doing the work alone. Also, the "work" can be fun and enjoyable and that's what I'm all about. 

My approach blends spirituality, psychotherapeutic techniques, somatic awareness, play and solution-based coaching strategies designed specifically for women and our unique physiology!

I wish everyone could experience the profound peace that comes with knowing oneself deeply, beyond the labels and roles we play in life.

When I'm not working, talking, writing, or ruminating, I'm probably somewhere with my friends, or alone and cozy reading a good book, painting and creating, swimming in the ocean, enjoying a hot sauna, or doing some rituals and burning candles. 🧙🏻‍♀️

I live near Vancouver, BC surrounded by beautiful nature! With deer in my garden and eagles in the sky.

If you’d like to know more of my story, you can find it here.

    My philosophy

We live in a busy world full of suffering but also opportunities, possibilities, and information. This is precisely what can be so overwhelming for more empathic individuals. Being constantly under a stream of information and expectations is a lot! Day-to-day living can easily become a struggle, and life can feel like an unending hamster wheel. Living like this for long enough leaves people exhausted and often in emotional and/or physical pain.

The conventional approach is often to offer medication, ignore the pain and wait for it to get worse, or self-medicate and numb with addictive substances. But that only masks the root cause of this pain and underlying disconnection from oneself and the world.

If conventional approaches worked, there wouldn't be such a rise in the number of people who suffer from depression, anxiety, and chronic pain.

If these conditions are left unaddressed, this pain escalates, affecting every aspect of a person's life and relationships, leaving individuals feeling trapped and alone. Over time, it only gets worse because it takes an immense amount of energy to keep trying to fill this emotional void and hold it all together. I've been there, and I know how tiring it is.

My mission is to show people that there is a better way to live. That it's possible to heal. That it's not too late to start now. And I like to do that through a gentle, respectful, and playful process that goes beyond the thinking mind.  We all deserve to live a life we will be proud of!

Qualifications & specialties

 

Over the last 10 years, I've been learning and practicing the modalities listed below.
My work is a blend of what I've learned and what I feel is needed when I attune to the person I'm supporting.

 

  • Grief educator
  • Trauma informed (training to be trauma trained) 
  • Hypnotherapist
    Teacher of Presence (Eckhart Tolle, School of Awakening) 
  • Psych-K practitioner
  • Meditation guide
  • Parts work
  • Soul therapy
  • Processing emotions through art and journaling
  • Women health
  • Nervous system regulation
  • Compassionate inquiry
  • TMS holistic approach
  • Chakra system

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