Laurie Blaikie - Blog

After a career in administration, Laurie returned to school and graduated with an MA in Spiritual Care and Psychotherapy in 2012 from Wilfrid Laurier University.  

As a Registered Psychotherapist, Laurie has experience working with individuals, couples and families cope with grief, chronic or terminal illness, anxiety, depression, life transitions and stress.

Her area of research has been working with individuals who are undergoing palliative care or have been diagnosed with a life-threatening illness, along with their partners and families.

If you are interested in learning more about Laurie, or speaking with her, she can be reached at laurie@laurieblaikie.com

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When Life Throws You a Curve Ball


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Being Gone and Coming Back


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So What?

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Advice on Panic Attacks (from someone who knows…)


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Relax! You’re Ok Just As You Are…


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Happy New Year 2019! Do you have Resolutions?


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The Path to Forgiveness


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In 1978, M. Scott Peck (American psychiatrist) published his best-selling book The Road Less Traveled in which the first sentence reads: “Life is difficult.” Dr. Peck wasn’t kidding! On a daily basis we deal with problems large and small–ranging from not being able to find our car keys to dealing with a difficult co-worker. Usually, we’re able to cope with these challenges with the help of our friends, family and self-care practices.

However, what happens when we are hit with something really big? A loved one dies. A marriage ends. A job is lost. We’re not the only ones trying to keep it together. On a global scale, the problems appear to be insurmountable. We only have to hear the local, national or international news to realize that, to put it very mildly, “Life is difficult”… and many of us are able to move past the challenges. Why? The answer is resilience.


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