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Catherine DeAngelis, Founder, Out of Pocket Emotions™
Catherine DeAngelis founded Out of Pocket Emotions in 2008. Initially Out of Pocket Emotions offered life coaching programs to inspire followers to build on healthy emotional awareness for better communications and achieve personal life goals.
Keeping with modern times, Out of Pocket continues to bring perspectives on awakening ourselves to living expressively alert. Methods of life skills training, facilitation and certified coaching practice, including over 20 years of professional experience are what Catherine brings to this forum She has taught and given workshops on job searching skills, emotional literacy, mindfulness, hosted retreats, Her storytelling workshops started from the ground up from introducing poem-making to youth at Public Libraries and storytelling/writing with adults and seniors in the community. Writing poetry since she was 14, she studied Journalism at Ryerson University.
A brand refresh of Out of Pocket Emotions aspires to create well-researched articles by Catherine as well as continue to host contributing writers. Catherine believes her lived experience with mental health, more recent, her work as a note taker for the deaf and hard of hearing, expands her portfolio to stand by her belief "sense of belongingness is a key to all human existence". She aspires to ignite the curious mind to explore, to open our hearts and get personal with emotions - all part of being human.
X “Hallelujah by Leonard Cohen – Meanings and Thoughts” by Amos Amos is a self-proclaimed ‘cohenphile,’ touched by Canadian songwriter, Leonard Cohen’s philosophy, music and character. Amos is a blogger at Itsallaboutall.com who […]
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Catherine DeAngelis “Heaven knows we need never be ashamed of our tears, for they are rain upon the blinding dust of earth, overlying our hard hearts. I was better after I had cried, than […]
Strategies and Tips for Good Mental Health Authors: Melinda Smith, M.A. and Jeanne Segal Ph.D. Last updated: May 2016 (Reprinted with permission) People who are emotionally healthy are in control of their […]
by Catherine DeAngelis When you are thinking to yourself you are falling into an emotional abyss and you just don’t know how to stop spiraling downward! Is it that tyrant inside your […]
Authors: Melinda Smith, M.A. and Jeanne Segal Ph.D. Last updated: August 2015 (Reprinted with permission) How to Recognize and Stop Emotional Eating We don’t always eat simply to satisfy hunger. We also turn […]
How It Works! STEP 1 – Arrange for a complimentary phone interview. Individuals are free to ask questions of the Coach and it is a chance to get to know […]
Gabriella’s Song A Song to Rejoice the Heart by Helen Sjöholm With the lyrics translated from Swedish to English Film “As It Is In Heaven” by: Kay Pollak It is now that my […]
by Catherine DeAngelis “The moment a little boy is concerned with which is a Jay and which is a Sparrow, he can no longer see the birds or hear them sing.” Eric […]
New MoodGYM Coming Soon! Learn a cognitive behaviour approach for preventing and coping with mood swings. MoodGym training program developed in Australia, since its launch in 2004, has received several IT and […]
by Melinda Smith, M.A., and Jeanne Segal, Ph.D. More help for traumatic stress Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): Symptoms, Treatment and Self-Help for PTSD PTSD in Veterans: Helping Yourself Recover from Post-Traumatic Stress […]
by Catherine DeAngelis Health professionals may be baffled when survivors of trauma come to them after recovery, on reassessment, find out symptoms have recurred. Trauma is a serious assault on a human’s […]
by Stephen A. Nelson You May Say There’s No Such Thing as Santa, but… When I was a child, I spoke as a child, I thought as a child, I understood as […]