The Wellness Journey with Lynnis Woods Mullins and her guest Victoria Lorient-Faibish, on air from October 30th
The Wellness Journey Podcast Series this season is all about “Living Your Life Like It’s Golden”. As Grammy award winning Jill Scott said in her very popular song, Golden, “Wherever I choose to go, it will take me far.”
The Wellness Journey will take you anywhere you want to go. From a healthier mind, to a stronger body, or a powerful spirit, to more beneficial path in life. There are so many options and opportunities to take advantage of when joining Lynnis Woods-Mullins on The Wellness Journey. There is a variation of guests in different areas of expertise that will talk about topics such as soul healing, color therapy, gratitude and many more positive life-changing tools, tips and techniques on how to live a life that is golden.
Gold is usually associated with materialistic value, but on The Wellness Journey, gold’s value is deeper than that. Living a Golden Life symbolizes success, sophistication, and value. The Wellness Journey will help move you towards living successfully in a sophisticated and thriving way that will benefit your mind, body and spirit.
Today’s guest is . Victoria Lorient-Faibish MEd, RP, CCC, BCPP, RPE is a Registered Psychotherapist, relationship expert, life coach, author and keynote speaker. Over 20 years of practice she has developed her own brand of holistic psychotherapy, combining traditional and Eastern approaches to empower clients and strengthen their relationships. Her influences include Buddhism, Reiki, osteopathy, visualization, meditation, as well as modern and traditional psychotherapy. Her skilled communication style fosters deep self-awareness in her clients, leading to change and healing.
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Her first book, Find Your “Self-Culture”: Moving from Depression and Anxiety to Monumental Self-Acceptance (Massenergy Press) offers a holistic way out of depression and anxiety. Her second book, Connecting: Rewire Your Relationship-Culture (Manor House Publishing) teaches readers how to use brain science to address multigenerational relationship dysfunction. Iconic Toronto TV host, Dini Petty wrote the forward to the 2nd book and says: “This book would have made my journey shorter and easier. It will guide you through your family matrix, into dating in the modern world, how to spot relationship dysfunction from the start and finally lead you into healthy relationships and enduring marriages.”
Victoria hosted a cutting edge TV show called Toronto Speaks Relationships and currently she hosts her own Facebook Live online show called Courageous Conversations.