Welcome to “Emerging Wholeness”

Thank you for coming to this new website.

Emerging Wholeness is a new service offering counselling to individuals, couples and families who are seeking support to improve self-understanding and relationships.  Many aspects of life expose us to challenges and stresses which we must learn to navigate in order to be healthy, happy and fulfilled.  Dealing with grief, job stress, communication problems, and family conflict often disrupt our life journey.  There is much to be learned from exploring these concerns with a trusted ally.   Dianne Baker, a therapist with over 15 years of experience working with individuals, groups and families can be such an ally in your journey.  Wholeness includes mental, physical, emotional and spiritual aspects of the self.

Contact Dianne at emergingwholeness@gmail.com to discuss how she can support you in this journey towards a fuller, happier life.

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About Emerging Wholeness

Dianne Baker, BA, MEd., CCC, is a therapist, working in an agency and with a small private practice. She works with individuals, couples and families who are navigating life changes and wanting to improve self-understanding and communication in relationships. Dianne has particular skills for supporting people living with anxiety and/or depression, and encorporates 'mindfulness based stress reduction' practices into her therapy. Dianne is a Facilitator with The Center for Courage and Renewal (www.couragerenewal.org), and a Certified Canadian Counsellor. She can help your organization with reflection on mission and vision, and can design retreats and workshops to enhance teamwork and deepen trust and creative potential in working communities. Dianne is also a Certified Full Voice Coach, mentored by Barbara McAfee. In this work, Dianne helps individuals find and develop their own unique voice, to deepen the connection between their personhood and their vocal expression in the world.
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