Born in Laval in a normal middle class family. During my teen age years, I joined the Air cadet movement. Loved the experience and everything I learned with and through that program, such as leadership, public speaking, teaching, and flying. While in university, I joined the Canadian Armed Forces in the ROTP program. Upon graduation, I moved to Halifax where I worked as the dietitian for the military hospital which was followed with a move to Kingston, where I served as the Food Svcs officer for the Military College. It is in Halifax that I first started to do volunteer work. First with the MFRC and with the Dietetic Association. It also there that I started sailing. After I got married, I followed my husband in the Netherlands. As I got the travel bug after university, the chance to live in Europe afforded me with more great experiences. I worked in translating a bulletin for the Canadian families working in a NATO environment, learn Dutch, liaison between families and their Dutch landlord and did a little bit of volunteer work with the Military Family Resource Centre that was starting in Geilenkirchen, Germany. On return in Canada, lived in Victoria, BC. I worked at CMHC, sailed with one of the sailing club and did lots of volunteer work. Among other things, I was a Doula and on the board of the MFRC and finally chair of the board. After my move to the Ottawa region, I continued with volunteering, first as a breastfeeding coach. I was on the board of Naissance-Renaissance Outaouais, on the consultative board of Maison des naissances, member of conseil d’établissement of the school, school board and regional board. I also volunteered with Tel-Aide which is a help line for francophone in the Ottawa-Outaouais region. After all this volunteering, I thought I should go back to school. I did a certificate in Social Work and Master in Social Work, after which I went to work for Department of National Defence in the Organizational Development section. While I loved the team I was working with, I felt that I prefer to work with people to help them in their personal lives. I grew more intrigued with NLP and hypnosis. So after some research, I started on my journey towards certification in different modalities to better empower my clients (900 hrs +). In the last few years, I became interested in the 3 Principles. It is a bit like the operation manual for human beings. I did my coaching certification through Clarity academy with Jamie Smart. More recently I volunteer with the In search of a peaceful Mind now called Quiet mind, beautiful feeling, a 24/7 support zoom room and I am a mother of 2 grown sons. I enjoy walking, training and learning, reading, adventure and travelling. I still live in the Ottawa region and still do not play golf and no plan to retire soon.
(Clarity Coach (3 Principles)
5 Path hypnosis
Master in N.L.P.
Eye mouvement Integration Therapy
PSYCH K (advanced practioner)
Past life Regression
Life between Life Regression
Energy Therapy (Reiki Master, IET level 3, CCMBA)
Teacher of self-hypnosis 7 Path, classic self-hypnosis and for painless childbirth,
BSc (Health), did a master in Social Work
did a bunch of training for pain management, Virtual Gastric Band, stress management, etc, etc, etc.