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We offer services to you combining head (cognition), heart (empathy), and hand (practice)!




Blog Posts
Blog Posts serve as an online platform. Are there any parks in your city with green and blue areas where you can unwind, participate in leisure activities, and work out? Stanley Park in Vancouver, British Columbia, provides all of these facilities and beyond.


Blog Posts: These reflect 1. Experiences. 2. Images. 3. Observations. 4. Service tips and models. 5. Stories. 6. Thoughts.

Blog Posts: From Experiences to Thoughts

Our blog (communications forum) incorporate insights based on the following.

  • Experiences.
  • Images.
  • Observations.
  • Service tips and models.
  • Stories.
  • Thoughts.

Blog Posts: Interdisciplinarity

The Blog Posts provide regular updates on our services and philosophies. The fields of mediation, counseling, the arts, and support necessitate interdisciplinary approaches and an understanding of human needs, situations, and issues. Interdisciplinary perspectives merge two or more disciplines to achieve a higher level of integration. Interdisciplinarity goes beyond a simple combination of parts. It acknowledges that each discipline can impact the practice and research foundation of the whole, often yielding outcomes that are greater than the sum of its parts. This harmonious blend leads to a form of holism where the disciplines inform and deepen understanding about mediation, counseling, the arts, and support, resulting in something new.



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Explore your hidden potential on clear alpine pathways.


People and Planet

Living on the planet is essential for people, and their social and ecological wellbeing are closely connected to the earth’s wellbeing (Jurjonas, 2024; Stanworth, Kelvin, & Morris, 2024). Blogs provide a platform to contemplate important social and climatic themes and patterns, and they can also influence social and learning environments (Caldwell & Heaton, 2016). Additionally, blogs can help create learning communities and promote collaboration. Nonetheless, it is important for individuals from different disciplines to address language ambiguity and misinterpretation (Black, 2023). The arts have their own distinct knowledge-based boundaries. An interdisciplinary approach incorporating the arts, can help us understand the social and climatic tipping points in society (Graham, 2023).


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Do you agree “It is easier to enhance creativity by changing conditions in the environment than by trying to make people think creativity” (See Csikszentmihaly, 1997, p. 1).

Generally, the personal and security implications of human needs, values, ideas, and beliefs cover a broad spectrum of multidimensional and interdisciplinary viewpoints. Services and philosophies such as mediation, counseling, the arts, and support are designed to address various human needs and contexts.


Black, J.E., Morrison, K., Urquhart, J., Potter, C., & Courtney, P. (2023, August). Bringing the arts into socio-ecological research: An analysis of the barriers and opportunities to collaboration across the divide. People and Nature, 5 (4) 1135 -1146.
DOI: 0.1002/pan3.10489

Coldwell, H. & Heaton, R. (2016). The interdisciplinary use of blogs and online communities in teacher education. The International Journal of Information and Learning Technology, 33 (3) 142-158. Emerald Insight

Csikszentmihalyi, M. (1997). Creativity, the psychology of discovery and invention. New York Harper Collins.

Graham, S., Wary, M., Calgani, F., Cisneros, M. & de Luca, C. (2023, October). An interdisciplinary framework for navigating social–climatic tipping points. People and Nature, 5 (5) 1455-1456
DOI: 0.1002/pan3.10516

Jurjonas, M., May, C.A.; Cardinale, B., Kyriakakis, S., & Pearsell, D.R. (2024, February) The perceived ecological and human well-being benefits of ecosystem restoration. People and Nature, 6 (1)

Stanworth, A,, Kelvin, S.H.P & Morris, R.J. (2024, June). Linking network ecology and ecosystem services to benefit people. People and Nature, 6, (3) 1048-1059.


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