About Us



Our Philosophy

The foundation of our program is transformation of self to meet the demands of this world. In our resiliency programs, this can be found in the use of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy concepts and Transformational Learning Theory. Spiritual concepts are included from both a secular perspective as a component of self as well as including the concept of a greater power in the form of God. Our mental health coaching focuses on spirituality from a Christian faith-based perspective. Our recovery programs, include a unique blend of clinical insight with Christian faith-based support, but at the same time, not preachy.


Fees

Reboot Programs - Free - We do not charge fees for Reboot Programs. Participants are asked to give what they can afford if Reboot has been beneficial. Donations are encouraged. Click Here to support us. All funds go towards costs related to providing sessions.

Mental Health Coaching - Free - We do not charge fees for Mental Health Caching. Participants are asked to give what they can afford if coaching has been beneficial. Donations are encouraged. Click Here to support us

Changing your Mind - Cost is negotiated with the sponsoring organisation. 

Consulting - Fee for service for consulting, psychoeducation, speaking, and workshop engagements. Topics include resiliency, recovery, transformational learning, and psychological health and safety management systems.


Not-for-Profit

La Cloche Trauma Institute operates in a not for profit capacity, but we do incur substantial costs. Donations are encouraged. Click Here to support us. All funds go towards capital programs and operating costs.


Our Leadership

La Cloche Trauma Institute is lead by David Wolff. David is a paramedic who began his career in 1986 and has a wide range of experience in the public and private sector including direct provision of care, teaching, and management at all levels. In addition to being a paramedic, David holds a Bachelor's of Clinical Practice and a Master's of Adult Education where he focused on the study of a reflective practice as a PTSD resiliency tool using a framework of transformational learning. David has completed several mental health certificate programs to augment his knowledge and is currently completing a Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in Community Care and Counseling: Traumatology. David has published several resiliency/mental health articles in national industry magazines and peer reviewed journals, and has presented his research at several international academic conferences. For more information about David, please visit https://davidwolff.ca.


Our Vision for the Future

Our vision is to build a yurt and multiple bunkies on our 10.5 acre hobby farm, located in the La Cloche foothills, to be used for Trauma Recovery meetings and retreats.




Last modified: Sunday, 27 November 2022, 1:07 PM