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Kaladin McKenna

Kaladin McKenna

United States

English


Speciality:

Abandonment, Self Acceptance, Addictions, Orphan Trauma, Betrayal, Fatigue, Boundaries Codependency, Narcisissm, Isolation, Disassosiation, Dissapointment, Divine Masculine, Eating Disorders, Gaslighting, Neglect Feeling and Expressing Emotions, Fear, Safety, Grief, Health Issues, PTSD, Relationships, Confidence, Shame, Social Anxiety

Price Per Session:

Free 20 minute consultation $90 per session

About Me:

For questions or to setup a free 20 minute consultation email Kaladin at Emotion.Integrate@gmail.com

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Kaladin discovered Teal’s work 2 years ago and from there quickly realized it was a key piece on his path of healing. After a traumatic childhood and teen years, involving animal hoarding, enmeshment, gas lighting, depression, binge eating, substance abuse, codependency, extreme powerlessness, isolation, feelings of abandonment and neglect he began to search and incorporate various methods of healing, always searching for something to make him feel ‘right’ or ‘whole’ again. Yoga, meditation, visualization, detoxification, herbs, and music helped him on his healing path but it only served to cover up the pain and none of the tools he discovered had a lasting impact.

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After discovering Teal’s work and learning how to ‘not feel ok’ he began to move towards his pain instead of away from it. This proved to be the only effective method to releasing the years of stored up pain and suffering in his body. As soon as a CP training was offered he excitedly signed up so that he could strengthen his skills and provide the benefits of the Completion Process to his friends, family, and others.

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Kaladin is known for his calming and inclusive presence. He treats every pain with empathy and compassion as it were his own. His creed is there is no thought, emotion, or pain that can’t be accepted and integrated.

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