Where inspiration meets potential
accountability ∙ community ∙ stability
At the Time to Heal Society, we work “by all that is right and just” to help you get healthy and stay healthy in body, mind, and spirit. Through holistic healing practices, individual and group counselling, community building, and our leading-edge workshop series*, the Time to Heal team guides you to let go of that which is no longer serving you and challenges you to rise to your fullest potential.
What makes Time to Heal unique is our radical commitment to accountability and to honouring self and community. We believe that authenticity, vulnerability, and gratitude are integral to long-term stability.
We emphasize the value of community in supporting individuals to maintain their positive growth and stability.
Our community of clients support each other in their growth, creating a circle of accountability to maintain a stable life with a focus on gratitude.
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Based in Duncan, British Columbia, the Time to Heal Society is a registered non-profit organization founded and operated by Andrew Louisy and Erin Kapela.
The Time to Heal shop, located in the heart of Duncan, BC, is a hub for social integration, therapeutic community engagement, and the official art gallery of Jan MacCormack.
For over 35 years Andrew has been focused on helping clients recreate their lives and health, empowering clients as healers, and building a healing community. Andrew is known for his ability to intuitively read what a client can’t see. He works body/mind/spirit to guide clients beyond their perceived limitations and challenges them to rise to their highest potential.
Erin is a Registered Clinical Counsellor who is passionately dedicated to recreating life patterns and helping families heal intergenerational pain. Erin is especially passionate about her work with couples and families. She believes that what we heal in ourselves ripples in both directions through our families, and heals our children and our parents, then our grandchildren and our grandparents.