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My Coaching Approach

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What’s it like to work with me?

Camille Pack
Camille Pack

I’m a warm, encouraging resource—dedicated to being fully present and offering you an environment that is supportive, attuned, and nurturing.

You’ll notice I’m soft in a storm and easily delighted.

I truly care and keep my focus on nourishing a gentle, safe space where we can be together, and you can bring forward any feelings that are arising in the moment and want to be shared.

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What’s it like to work with me?

Camille Pack
Camille Pack

I’m a warm, encouraging resource—dedicated to being fully present and offering you an environment that is supportive, attuned, and nurturing.

You’ll notice I’m soft in a storm and easily delighted.

I truly care and keep my focus on nourishing a gentle, safe space where we can be together, and you can bring forward any feelings that are arising in the moment and want to be shared.

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Cultivate emotional safety to unfold your best life.

Cultivate emotional safety to unfold your best life.

We All Need Emotional Safety

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My approach to a coaching partnership is based on presence and listening—the kind that deeply respects the wisdom of what’s coming up for you from moment to moment.

You’re the authority on how your healing unfolds, and I trust that.

The main theoretical framework I offer is Interpersonal Neurobiology (IPNB). IPNB is an interdisciplinary framework developed by Dan Siegel that blends several disciplines—like Buddhist philosophy, Neurobiology, and Attachment Science.

In practice I’ll offer attachment-based approaches for you to consider like the Three Pillars modeldesigned by Harvard researchers Daniel P. Brown and David S. Elliott—often known for one of the primary pillars, the IPF Protocol, which stands for Ideal Parent Figures. This Harvard-born visualization model is used to heal attachment wounds without processing trauma, which studies show can re-traumatize some of us.

My work is also deeply influenced by Sue Johnson’s couple’s attachment model called Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), meditation, IFS parts work, and the polyvagal techniques inspired by Stephen Porges contributions to our understanding of the human nervous system and more specifically the vagus nerve. Polyvagal Theory is the study of emotional safety, how safety is cultivated in relationship and springboards our experience away from chaos or rigidity into all good things: peace, play, creativity, curiosity, flexibility, warmth, integration, openness . . . 

Such approaches can help heal deep attachment wounds.

We All Need Emotional Safety

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My approach to a coaching partnership is based on presence and listening—the kind that deeply respects the wisdom of what’s coming up for you from moment to moment.

You’re the authority on how your healing unfolds, and I trust that.

The main theoretical framework I offer is Interpersonal Neurobiology (IPNB). IPNB is an interdisciplinary framework developed by Dan Siegel that blends several disciplines—like Buddhist philosophy, Neurobiology, and Attachment Science.

In practice I’ll offer attachment-based approaches for you to consider like the Three Pillars model—designed by Harvard researchers Daniel P. Brown and David S. Elliott—often known for one of the primary pillars, the IPF Protocol, which stands for Ideal Parent Figures. This Harvard-born visualization model is used to heal attachment wounds without processing trauma, which studies show can re-traumatize some of us.

My work is also deeply influenced by Sue Johnson’s couple’s attachment model called Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), meditation, IFS parts work, and the polyvagal techniques inspired by Stephen Porges’  contributions to our understanding of the human nervous system and more specifically the vagus nerve. Polyvagal Theory is the study of emotional safety, how safety is cultivated in relationship and springboards our experience away from chaos or rigidity into all good things: peace, play, creativity, curiosity, flexibility, warmth, integration, openness . . .

Such approaches can help heal deep attachment wounds.

My Specialities

I offer attachment-based coaching services to: 

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    When available, I offer initial consultations in a safe, confidential Zoom space. Come have a chat, and only pay for the first session if you decide to continue.

    I do not accept insurance.
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    Take the next step!

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    When available, I offer initial consultations in a safe, confidential Zoom space. Come have a chat, and only pay for the first session if you decide to continue.

    I do not accept insurance.
    Dr. Rebecca Jorgensen Emotionally Focused Therapy

     

    “I’ve watched Camille across the years, and I’m excited to recommend her as someone who can help you find love and connection in your life. 

    She’s a wonderful coach, who brings gentle kindness into her work in a way that creates powerful insights and strong connections.”

    DR. REBECCA JORGENSEN

    Building a Lasting Connection® Co-Developer,
    Director of the San Diego Center for Emotionally Focused Therapy
    and TRI EFT Alliant, and (you guessed it) my mother.

    rebeccajorgensen.com

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