Resources

This page contains a number of resources that I use regularly in my work with clients. Whether you’re looking for guided meditations, to learn more about mental health, or for information on other services in London, Ontario, you’ll find something useful here.

Meditations and Visualizations

In this section, you will find a collection of guided meditations and visualizations. Some of these I created so that you can access the same exercises we do in my office when you are at home. I have also provided links to other meditations and visualizations that I frequently recommend to clients.  I have included a number of shorter meditations (1-5 minutes in length) for those who are new to meditation and find it difficult to engage in longer mindfulness exercises.

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Videos

Here you will find a number of videos addressing ideas and topics I frequently use in therapy. For example, you will find videos here on the Triune Brain Theory and the Autonomic Arousal Model (aka Window of Tolerance). Some of these videos I have created myself. Others are hand-selected to provide clear, concise information from sources you can trust. 

Recommended Reading

My clients often ask for book recommendations focused on the issues we’re exploring in therapy. This section contains a list of my go-to picks of books and articles on common topics of interest.

A stack of books for reading about therapy, trauma, PTSD, depression, anxiety, etc.
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Sites of Interest

It can be hard to find information online that you can trust. In this section, I’ve put together a list of reputable sites where you can learn more about a variety of topics that tend to come up for my clients. Fair warning, you might fall down a bit of a rabbit hole when you click this link. 😉

London Area Resources

In this section, you will find links to mental health and community resources located in London, Ontario. Check out what the city has to offer!

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