Helping Our Youth

Heal - Trust - Laugh - Connect

Who This Can Help

A great many of our young people are struggling to find their way in this troubled world. Youths with depression and suicide is on the rise. And often, youth counselling for depression doesn’t reach deep into the spiritual and emotional body to help our youth heal from the inside out. Traditional teachings and transitional energy healing helps our young people to connect to an inner strength and intuitive understanding of who they are and what their place is in this world.

...as an educator who has been working with special needs children for over 20 years, it is my professional opinion that the services that Kari Lesick provides are advantageous to any young person but in particular those with special needs.
— Kat Grootjes School Principal, Our Lady of Lourdes Elementary School, Kelowna, BC.

Dogs in Service

When working with our youth, I engage the assistance of Dogs in Service. These sensitive dogs are attuned to working with youth and help in a multitude of ways. The dogs instantly remove the flight or fight mentality. They break down barriers of defensiveness and fear to create an environment of safety and trust. The youth begin to notice the differences in the dog’s energies, and how the dogs use non-verbal communication. This opens discussion and awareness of the energy of people. They often humanize the dogs, projecting their own feelings on the dog, which helps them access their own emotions.

She was able to connect with some of our most challenging students and help them express how they were feeling at the same time helping me to make decisions about program planning that was in their best interest. Some of these students and their families also requested to see Kari privately because they saw such value in the services she provided.
— Kat Grootjes

Traditional Native Teachings

To learn more about how the traditional native teachings and the transitional healing process can be integrated into youth workshops and one-on-one sessions, please contact me.