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"I’ve been seeing various counsellors and 'working on myself' in one way or another for almost twenty years, and nothing has impacted me as strongly as this. Thank you for everything you do."

"My sessions with Kayla are different from other counsellors I have seen; she cares, she listens & she knows me. This type of work is invaluable in a society that pressures women to be perfect, she invites you to be vulnerable while exploring yourself in a nonjudgmental & safe environment. During every session I am learning something new about myself. She often has practical quote, piece of wisdom, song to listen to, or book to explore to help with whatever I am struggling with. Thank you for seeing me."

"The 'I did not receive' activity was one of the most powerful things I’ve ever done with a counsellor."

"Working one on one with Kayla creates an oasis moment when my voice is heard and my feelings are valid. Then she helps me move forward in my personal process."

 
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"Being a part of this group was a very important part of my journey into discovering who I am as a mom. It helped me to feel supported and validated many of my worries, fears and frustrations as a new mom. I feel very blessed to have been part of this group of strong, honest, amazing women."

"Kayla often said 'be gentle on yourself'. That really stuck with me, and I say it to myself daily. I genuinely learned to be kinder and more patient with myself, and have been able to practice that."

"I was hesitant about joining, I was unsure of the art aspect and wondered if the money would be worth it & it absolutely was!"

"As a new mother, I was feeling overwhelmed, under appreciated & completely exhausted. I registered for this group because I am a creative person, however, after giving birth, I found very little time for it. I walked into the first session with an open heart, I was completely & utterly blown away. Nowhere in Regina is this very important, very special work being done. She guided us through eight very intentional weeks with grace & steadfastness. Her ability to lead a group of weary parents was astonishing. The equal opportunities for creativity, meditation, discussion & playfulness brought me into a safe and comfortable space. This group taught me that I'm strong enough to stand on my own, while still being able to ask for help."

"I'm in the science field, so opening up and taking part in creative activities was challenging in the best way possible. It opened up a side of me that has allowed me to be okay with my feelings and not fight against them so much."

"The first week was my favourite topic {Sense of Self}. As a new mom, it feels like your old world and your new world are colliding and finding that middle ground can be really confusing and sad. This discussion helped me realize that being a new mom is a discovery of the best and worst parts of you, and what that means moving forward. It should be an empowering journey, not a sad one, even thought that is hard some days. It's okay to not be okay and to find this journey hard, but it's worth it."

"Participating in the Mindful Mothering group was restorative for the soul."