Chew-Nyet Lee offers therapy, counselling and coaching services. She teaches yoga, meditation and practices a mindful, body-centered psychotherapy method called Hakomi Therapy.
Hakomi is a form of assisted self-discovery, that helps the client bring unconscious beliefs and patterns into awareness, teaching them to become a compassionate witness to their own experience. Using simple and direct mind-body methods, the goal is to transform limiting patterns and beliefs into wisdom and emotional nourishment through awareness, acceptance and meaning.
A former IT management specialist for 16 years and mother of three adult children, she has a special affinity for busy professionals and parents seeking balance in their lives.
“You will gain a deeper understanding of yourself and others and greater freedom to choose what you will do and feel. You will find greater pleasure in everyday living and will be able to develop richer, happier relationships.” The Refined Hakomi Method by Ron Kurtz.
Suggested Reading List:
- The Hakomi Method by Ron Kurtz (HM), page 24
- Page 26 from the Hakomi Method and page 179 of Hakomi Mindfulnesss-Centered Somatic Psychotherapy by Halko Weiss, Grey Johanson Lorena Monda(HMCSP)
- Supporting Defences, page 41 from Grace Unfolding by Johanson & Kurtz 1991
- Page 30 from The Hakomi Method or page 42 of Hakomi Principles and a System Approach to Psychotherapy from HMCSP
- The Brain’s Way of Healing by Norman Doidge, M.D. Remarkable Discoveries and Recoveries from the Frontiers of Neuroplasticity