Listed below, in alphabetical order, are the CHS Affiliated Members, with a brief description of their qualifications and their areas of specialty.
For further details and to make appointments please contact the Affiliated Members directly.
- Certified Mindfulness MBSR (mindfulness based stress reduction) and Meditation teacher
- Beneficial to reduce stress, anxiety, depression, sleeping disorders, emotional and physical pain
- Courses for adults and children : small group classes, and individual 1:1
- No meditation experience required
- Education: HR consultant specialised in personal development
- Languages: English, German, French
- Website: Gabriella-mindfulness.com
Kirsten Nagle-Canton, RD
- INAMI accredited and Canadian registered Dietitian
- Specialised in eating disorders
- General nutrition-related problems and conditions (ex: high cholesterol, rebalancing food intake, etc.)
- Intuitive eating approach
- Languages: English, French
- Online booking available at: www.intuitivedietitianbrussels.com
Julie Rentmeesters, MA
- Accreditated Family Mediator, Jurist
- Cross-Border Family Mediator: international aspects, parent child abduction
- Couples, Families: divorce, separation, practical questions about children, inheritance, relationships
- Ongoing training in Systemic Family Therapy at La Forestière-ULB
- Certificate in Psychoanalysis at Clinique du couple Chapelle-aux-Champs
- English, French
- Certified career and orientation Coach, International Coaching Federation.
- Nova Terra Accredited Coach Training Programme (ACTP) and Coaching Ways certified school coach.
- Trained as an EU lawyer and social justice advocate.
- For adults wanting something different in their work life or career : better balance, looking for a new job, improving the situation in current job, looking for a change of career, difficult workplace dynamics …
- For teens / young adults’ (16 to 25) future orientation (studies or other future project).
- Coaching offers people who want change in their situation or career to find possibilities that are right for them. It may help to identify or stay on track with goals, explore options, working out what’s important to the person.
- For teens, the work is helpful to clarify what they may want to contribute to the world, who they are and want to be, and how they go about moving forward or accepting a certain situation.
- English, French