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Journalling with Soul is now available in Canada through Amazon.ca! https://www.amazon.ca/Journalling-Soul-Susan-Doiron
Journalling with Soul, my latest book, will be available in Canada soon. Stay tuned for book launch details!
Susan Doiron is pleased to announce that she is moving her part-time private practice from Cornwall to Charlottetown effective November 1, 2017. Her office is located at 1 Rochford St, Charlottetown, PE. Susan holds a Masters of Education in Counselling and is a Canadian Certified Counsellor. She has over 12 years experience as a Counselling Therapist.
The focus of her practice will be on counselling children and adolescents, as well as, providing individual counselling and therapy with adults.
For more information on Susan please visit her website at findingbluebeachglass.wordpress.com.
To make an appointment with Susan either call her at 902-628-5964 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ISLANDER PUBLISHES SELF-HELP WORKBOOK
Charlottetown, PE, May 5, 2014 – Susan Doiron, an Island author and counsellor, announces the publication of her self-help workbook: Finding Blue Beach Glass: A Personal Development Workbook. This workbook is a welcome and complimentary addition to her original self-help book previously published: Finding Blue Beach Glass: Discovering the Extraordinary in the Ordinary. This workbook would be particularly helpful for people who are looking for deeper meaning and purpose in their work or personal lives. It is available by contacting Susan directly at email@example.com or online at Amazon.ca or BarnesandNoble.com.
“Susan Doiron’s inspirational workbook is a tool to be embraced by counsellors and career practitioners across the Island and beyond! I was delighted to hear that it will soon be made available to the public. This well written and useful tool will be most helpful to individuals in the process of examining their lives with the goal of finding meaning and personal satisfaction in the work that they do, either in a paid profession or in other aspects of their lives. Perfect for individuals in transition, this workbook can be used with the support of a counsellor or on its own. I would certainly recommend this workbook as a self-help tool for anyone interested in exploring their vocational path on a deep and meaningful level,” says Janet Needham Payne, MEd, CCC Site Leader/Counsellor at Career Development Services.
“Susan has been a mentor, a colleague, and most importantly a trusted friend for many years. I would like to congratulate her on the release of her new workbook. While reading her pages, Susan’s voice and unique way of connecting with people becomes evident and remains a cornerstone. This workbook provides the reader with a “trusted companion” while exploring personal work, and offering creative new perspectives and helpful images for contemplation. Engaging to read and full of thought provoking content, Susan’s work speaks to a wide audience,” says Christopher Doiron, MSW, RSW Family Therapist at Catholic Family Services Bureau.
This workbook would be helpful to people who are looking for meaning and purpose in their current work or personal lives; those who are seeking a career or interest pathway that illuminates deeply held interests, and those who are planning a retirement transition and wish to pursue aspects of their lives that may have been pushed aside while they were busy making a living or raising a family.
Susan is passionate about helping people discover who they really are and by extension a way of being and doing in the world that gives meaning and purpose to their lives. She emphasized that we tend to focus on external signals when choosing careers (money, status and approval of others) rather than focusing on the internal ones. Even though people achieve success during the course of their careers, if what they do is not reflective of their core self, they may become unhappy and dissatisfied.
Susan holds a Masters of Education in Counselling from Acadia University and is a Canadian Certified Counsellor with the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association and is currently working as a school counsellor. She is also the author of a self help book: Finding Blue Beach Glass: Uncovering the Extraordinary in the Ordinary. She resides in Rice Point, Prince Edward Island, Canada.
Finding Blue Beach Glass: A Personal Development Workbook (ISBN: 978-1621374930) is published by Virtualbookworm.com Publishing in College Station, TX. For more information visit the book’s website at https://findingbluebeachglass.wordpress.com. Susan is on Facebook at www.facebook.com/findingbluebeachglass and follow her on Twitter at www.twitter.com/SusanDoiron.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
LOCAL SELF-HELP AUTHOR TO GIVE WORKSHOP
Charlottetown, PE, April 16, 2013 – Susan Doiron, an Island author, counsellor and life purpose coach, has announced her upcoming workshop “Identifying Your Beach Glass” a topic from her self help book: Finding Blue Beach Glass. This workshop will be held Saturday, May 25, 2013 from 10am to 3pm at the Martha Spirituality Centre at SDU Place, 45 Great George Street, Charlottetown. The cost is $50 and to register, please call 902-367-3103 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Enrollment is limited to 12 participants. Must pre-register by May 21, 2013.
One of Susan’s favourite beach activities is scavenging for beach glass. Typically, she finds brown, white, and sometimes green beach glass but rarely blue. Blue glass is a rare find indeed. For her, finding blue beach glass is like finding the extraordinary in the ordinary. It is about finding the uniqueness that lies within each of us.
Susan is passionate about helping people discover who they really are and by extension a way of being and doing in the world that gives meaning and purpose to their lives. She emphasizes that we tend to focus on external signals when choosing careers (money, status and approval of others) rather than focusing on the internal ones. Even though people achieve success during the course of their careers, if what they do is not reflective of their core self, they may become unhappy and dissatisfied.
The workshop approach and content evolved from her Master’s thesis on the same topic and eventually culminated into her self help book. Since the publication of Finding Blue Beach Glass, Susan has delivered professional and personal workshops on topics related to her book that have been positively received.
This workshop would be helpful to: people who are looking for meaning and purpose in their current work or personal lives; those who are seeking a career or interest pathway that illuminates their deeply held interests; and those who are planning a retirement transition and wish to pursue aspects of their lives that may have been pushed aside while they were busy making a living or raising a family.
In this workshop, we will begin by exploring how you can become over-identified by unhealthy roles that are not a true reflection of who you really are; identify 1-3 of your dominate vocational parts of self that are a reflection of who you really are; and be introduced to a process that will help you develop some strategies for identifying how they may manifest more specifically in your personal and professional life.
Susan holds a Masters of Education in Counselling from Acadia University and is a Canadian Certified Counsellor with the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association. Susan is currently working as a school counsellor and in private practice as a counsellor, workshop presenter and life purpose coach. She resides in Rice Point, PEI.
Susan will be presenting a webinar to the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association on November 30th. The webinar topic is “Identifying Your Beach Glass” For more information check out the CCPA link: http://www.ccpa-accp.ca/en/webinarpast/