Wendy Huntington, M.A., Dip.C., CDS III, is
a family therapist specializing in addictions, group facilitator,
and teacher. She has been working clinically with people in group
settings and in private practice for many years. Whether working with
children, adolescents or adults, she believes the greatest potential
for growth, healing and self-knowledge occurs in group interaction.
A lover of the creative arts, Wendy considers personal learning to
be enhanced, enriched and enlivened through experiences in diverse
media — stitchery, movement and dance, photography, and painting.
Whether in textile arts, photography or painting, colour and form
have been a passionate focus. Wendy both leads courses and assists
leading many of the core programs at The Haven Institute.
Addictions: Choiceful Transformation
Effective Boundaries -
Defining the Self
The Power of Direct Mirroring
"The teacher doesn't
teach, not really. The teacher offers stimulation and ways in which the
person can educate himself or herself. At best the teacher wakes up that
person and makes a person hungry."