Dr. Milot, Ph.D. has published four books in French and numerous magazine articles on parapsychology and health related matters. He also recently released a self-help book on stress management entitled: Power Up Your Life & Make Stress Work 4 You and his latest book on grieving entitled: Rising From The Ashes of Loss, My Voyage Through Grief in February 2016. This latter is a real life account of his struggle as the sole caretaker of his wife who died after a three years battle against cancer.
Aside from being a frequent guest on live radio shows, he also hosted his own television series on parapsychology and alternative medicine for many years in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Dr Milot, Ph.D. is a life transitions / therapeutic counsellor, a relationship coach, a grief recovery specialist and a clinical hypnotherapist. He is the first in Canada to be certified as a ‘Guided Afterlife Connections’ facilitator, a new modality in the grieving field.He volunteers as a grief facilitator for the Beareaved Families of Ontario (BFO) and as an End-of-Life facilitator for Carefor Health & Community Services - Hospice Cornwall and in Winchester ON (Canada). He also operates a free online grief support group on the LinkedIn network: 'Share your pain: grieving successfully'.
Dr Milot has over 30 years of experience as a therapeutic counsellor in the mental health care field, naturotherapy and life coaching. Dr Milot is schooled in the Carl Rogers 'Client Centered Therapy' (helping relationships). He is disciplined in martial arts, Zen and Yoga meditation, and is a Tai Chi and Pranayama (breathing exercises) practitioner for many years. Dr Milot is a level 5 graduate (Ph.D. level) in the rare 'Eastern / Western Spirituality' teachings of 'The International College of Spiritual and Psychic Sciences' based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He also is a graduate of The International University for Complementary Medicine (Sri Lanka) with a Ph.D. in Therapeutic Counselling with a concentration in Eastern / Western Spirituality.
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Author: Dr PIerre Milot
Sometimes I feel that my life is a series of trapeze swings. I'm either hanging on to a trapeze bar or swinging along or, for a few moments in my life, I'm hurtling across space in between trapeze ...
Transition is change; it’s often life’s way of asking us to re-examine our present way of being. Sometimes these transitions are predictable, but too often they can be unpredictable, such as t...