Mind & Body Wellness

About Peggy

Peggy Yu

Peggy is a Registered Clinical Counsellor, Registered Acupunturist and a Canadian Certified Counsellor. She is a Certified Neuro Emotional Technique Practitioner. Currently, she is also an instructor for PCU Holistic Medicine College.


Peggy has been working with children, youth, adult and families for more than 15 years, government funded program ,private practice, individual session, group session with immigrant families and some First Nation communities, provided individual coaching session,public presentations, substance use counselling and family therapy.


As a survivor from multiple childhood emotional injury, Peggy has spent most of her life trying to find the cure for herself. She deeply believes, understands and has personal experiences how the emotional health affects physical health and vice versa. She strives toward holistic approach, a traditional oriental medicine, a true balance between mind and body, a true balance between inner self and outer environment. After years of studying the connection between mind and body health, she finally found the ultimate inner peace and the secret to be happy and healthy. She is passionate at teaching and sharing her healing journey as well as facilitating the change with people who also are searching for their ultimate happiness, health, balance and personal growth.


Qualifications

MA, RCC, R.Ac ,CCC, Certified Neuro Emotional Technique Practitioner

Founder of PH7 mind and body wellness ~ Current

Instructor at PCU Holistic Medicine College ~ Current

Service provider for Homewood Health ~ Current

Personal Growth Coach 2015~ ongoing

Child, youth and Family Therapist 2012 ~ 2017

Addiction Clinical Counsellor 2010 ~ 2012

Employment Counsellor 2007 ~ 2010

Settlement Worker in School 2005~2010

Immigrant Settlement Officer 2005~2010

Victim Service Worker at Abbotsford Police Department 2009~2012

Fluent in Mandarin, Cantonese, Taiwanese and English  

ACUPUNCTURE:

In China today, even major surgery is often carried out using only acupuncture to kill the pain; it's also used for many other conditions, including insomnia, depression, smoking, and overweight. Acupuncture is based on ancient theories of bodily energy that few Western doctors have ever accepted; but even though attempts to explain its effects by Western science have been unsuccessful, it's now widely recognized by doctors as effective for pain reduction. ~Merriam-Webster Online