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Fear-Less. It is possible. So many of us carry fear with us like an old habit or package. We do not know why we have carried it. Only that we may have always carried it. One day, today maybe, we really start to look at that old bundle and slowly unwrap it to gaze at what is inside. We take out the false feelings and the fake objects that lay deep within the package and we throw those things into the light on the table in front of us and really start to see them for the first time. We can see now that they have no power over us. That they are not real. That they never have been real.

 

 

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Fear-Less.NetSTUCK AS A CHILD - We often come across people who are 20, 30, 40 years old, but that's just on the outside. Deep inside they seem to be stuck in early childhood and still expect the love they didn't get ... - more

 
Fear-Less.NetCAUSES OF ANXIETY!! - There are many anxiety causes that aren't that obvious. After all, it is a complicated disease. It took decades of my life to understand my diagnosis - more
 
Fear-Less.NetSPEAK YOUR TRUTH - Have you ever felt there is a ball of words stuck in your throat that you have to swallow hard to keep it down? What about those times when you are dying to say "no" but "yes" comes out, and you beat - more
 

Fear-Less.NetFAMILY DYNAMICS - You may wonder why I would chose to explore this topic. Yet afterward, we can go outside, lift our eyes to the summer sky, rest our backs against a comforting tree or walk into forgiving water. - more

 

Fear-Less.NetPASSING ON OUR TRAUMA - Traumatic experiences can induce behavioural disorders that are passed down from one generation to the next. Recently scientists have begun to understand the physiological processes underlying hereditary trauma. - more

 

Fear-Less.NetLEARNED HELPLESSNESS - Occurs when an animal is repeatedly subjected to an aversive stimulus that it cannot escape. Eventually, the animal will stop trying to avoid the stimulus and behave as if it is utterly helpless to change the situation. - more

 
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Fear-Less.NetSTUCK AS A CHILD - We often come across people who are 20, 30, 40 years old, but that's just on the outside. Deep inside they seem to be stuck in early childhood and still expect the love they didn't get ... - more

 
Fear-Less.NetCAUSES OF ANXIETY!! - There are many anxiety causes that aren't that obvious. After all, it is a complicated disease. It took decades of my life to understand my diagnosis - more
 
Fear-Less.NetSPEAK YOUR TRUTH - Have you ever felt there is a ball of words stuck in your throat that you have to swallow hard to keep it down? What about those times when you are dying to say "no" but "yes" comes out, and you beat - more
 

Fear-Less.NetFAMILY DYNAMICS - You may wonder why I would chose to explore this topic. Yet afterward, we can go outside, lift our eyes to the summer sky, rest our backs against a comforting tree or walk into forgiving water. - more

 

Fear-Less.NetPASSING ON OUR TRAUMA - Traumatic experiences can induce behavioural disorders that are passed down from one generation to the next. Recently scientists have begun to understand the physiological processes underlying hereditary trauma. - more

 

Fear-Less.NetLEARNED HELPLESSNESS - Occurs when an animal is repeatedly subjected to an aversive stimulus that it cannot escape. Eventually, the animal will stop trying to avoid the stimulus and behave as if it is utterly helpless to change the situation. - more

 
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Counselling & Mentoring

Richard Hersley has provided 12 Step and personal counseling and support to individuals and families experiencing addictions for over 18 years. This includes confidential individual, family and group counseling about the causes and effects of addictions and support for families dealing with addictions and/or referrals to treatment for individuals requesting this opportunity.

Richard is also familiar with other services and resources in our community and has worked closely to provide information and support when required.

He maintains standards of conduct, is respectful and possess cultural awareness and sensitivity. He is flexible and demonstrate sound work ethics and he is consistent and fair. (more)