The Stillpoint Method of Healing Trauma is best experienced, at first, with a facilitator. The facilitator gently guides you through the questions, holding the space for you to look at words, pictures, emotions and sensations. This is a gentle process in a safe environment that allows for open, clear seeing and releasing patterns of suffering.
My commitment with you is to bring my expertise and experience into our work together. When a person is able to see through identification and have the direct experience of being present with what arises during sessions, it can release Velcro and decrease suffering. At times this is evident during a session and other times is revealed later. Results are not guaranteed and not part of our contract. My whole-hearted presence during our time together is.
Lynn Fraser is a senior meditation teacher in the Himalayan Tradition and a Certified Facilitator of the Kiloby Inquiries, a system of facilitated mindfulness inquiry.
Helpful information to know: Before We Work Together
Not sure if this is for you? Book a free 20 minute consult by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anything is fair game as a topic for inquiry and we have tools to work with addiction and compulsion. Most often we inquire into the underlying trauma that drives addiction.
Private sessions of one hour are US $95. Most people book a group of 5 private sessions for $425 ($85 per session). The Kiloby Inquiries are worldwide and the prices are all in US. This provides consistency between people in Canada, US, UK, Europe and anywhere else in the world.
For Canadians: Given the US Canadian exchange rate in recent years, I do offer a break for Canadians for $90 per session in a group of 5 or $95 singly. This comes to $450 + 15% HST = 517.50 Canadian for 5 or 109.25 Canadian for a single session.
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Freedom! Lynn’s work unraveled my false beliefs about me. Now I have access to what I actually think, what I actually want to do. I say what I want to say during interactions, no need for my old post event analysis “I should have said… I’ll get ’em next time… I can’t say no, they’ll be hurt or mad”. All that, my old defense mechanisms, took up a huge percentage of my thinking. With no need for defense, I’m creative! I’m a freelance writer and photography editor. I’m faster now. My work has more impact. My personal relationships are healthier. Most important, I have much more fun. If you have the chance, work with Lynn.” ~Lane Ledoux, Canada