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Frequently asked questions

Updated: Nov 21, 2022

Here are the answers to the questions I am most frequently asked:

  1. I can't make the first appointment, I'm nervous / jittery. How will it go?

It's perfectly normal to feel nervous about meeting someone new for the first time, especially about discussing our challenges. In order to get an idea of what the first meeting will be like and to be reassured, I invite you to read my blog on this subject by following this link

2. How often should I make my appointments?

Factors such as time available, money, etc. are to be taken into account. There are several models that work! I recommend once a week if that is possible for you and especially if there are a lot of difficult events going on in your life right now. Many people have sessions every 2, 3 or 4 weeks and find that they benefit as well. This is a question we can address during your free consultation.

3. How do I know if TIR will meet my needs?

A good place to start would be to check out my blog at

and read the various publications and explanations on my website at

From there, feel free to book a free consultation without obligation and we can discuss it.

4. How many sessions should I do?

This varies from person to person and depending on how often you have your appointments. However, I recommend that you make a commitment to yourself to do about 10 sessions in order to see the impact of this modality on the results and changes in yourself that you want to achieve.

5. Why are your fees only $70/hour?

Since the sessions often last between 1.5 to 2 hours, I want to make sure that people can use all the time that is available to them. I realize that if the costs were higher, it might limit the time we have together each time.

As a starting point, I suggest that you budget $25 per week and that will ensure at least one 1.5 hour session per month.

✍️ If you have any other questions, please send me a message either by visiting, through my fb page or by email

I look forward to meeting you,


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