In psychotherapy sessions, Marie-Lynne offers a safe and welcoming space to share your experience and hardship. By adapting her approach to your needs, she guides and supports you in moving through and transforming past and present difficulties. This process can help you better understand your situation, feel freer in your emotions, live better on a daily basis and grow into more peace and harmony within.
Marie-Lynne is a Registered Psychotherapist with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario and a Certified Canadian Counsellor with the Canadian Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy.
Voice Movement Therapy
It is said that the body is the mirror of the unconscious and that it holds our past experiences. In Voice Movement Therapy, we listen to the body to discover the somatic history it reveals. At your own pace, Marie-Lynne guides your exploration and leads you to access this level of yourself that is seeking expression. Working in this way can allow the processing of experience beyond words, and thus can facilitate healing rooted in the whole body.
Marie-Lynne is a Professional Member with the International Association for Voice Movement Therapy.
The Spiritual Dimension
Marie-Lynne’s work encompasses the psychological, somatic and spiritual aspects of the person. Transformation and healing can be profoundly spiritual and integrated as such into your therapeutic journey. This integration promotes harmonization with your deepest values, a sense of connection with your higher self, and sometimes also, a sense of unity and harmony with Life and with Being.
Marie-Lynne is currently pursuing her training with Judith Blackstone, author of “Trauma and the Unbound Body” and “The Realization Process – A Guide to Embodied Spiritual Awakening”.
Marie-Lynne Sauvé, MA, RP
Marie-Lynne has completed a Master’s degree in Counselling and Spirituality at Saint Paul University and a 480+ hour Professional Traininng in Voice Movement Therapy (VMT). She has studied music therapy and written on The Therapeutic Effects of Vocal Improvisation. She has experience with various somatic approaches, including Authentic Movement and Body-Mind-Centering and has led groups in Therapeutic Voicework that foster free expression of the inner landscape to bring about freedom and well-being. She sings with Anahat Shabd, a chanting group that uses singing and meditation to open consciousness and also teaches music and sight-singing to individuals and groups.