Adele Tevlin - CEO of Adele Wellness, Corporate Wellness Program in Toronto

About Adele

My passion is to empower people to achieve their highest state of being, towards living a balanced and healthy lifestyle on a day-to-day basis.

Adele Tevlin is the founder of Adele Wellness, a leader in changing habits and behaviors around health and wellbeing. Adele received her B.Sc. in Neuropsychology from McGill University and is certified in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy from The Beck Institute and University of Toronto. Adele also holds a Diploma in Applied Holistic Nutrition from the Institute of Holistic Nutrition in Toronto.

Adele has been working for the past 10 years in Toronto’s downtown core and understands the physical, mental and emotional demands of this demographic. She has also worked at Sheena’s Place, a centre that provides support to individuals aged 17 and over, families and friends affected by eating disorders. In her wellness practice, Adele quickly recognized the high levels of stress, anxiety and depression present in her clients and is now shifting her focus towards supporting individuals in managing their anxiety and taking on mental health in downtown Toronto in a big way.

 

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Combining Neuropsychology & Nutrition

Having worked successfully with hundreds of clients over the past 10 years, I have learned that the only way to help people make sustainable lifestyle changes is to recognize the effect that your current habits, thoughts and behaviors have on your nutrition decisions and overall health.

With this in mind, the first step of the process is helping my clients understand themselves and adjust their behavioral patterns. To do this I use a model called Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Using CBT allows us to uncover or discover the root cause behind why a person follows certain patterns or behaviors; and by uncovering the root causes of those behaviors, we can then begin to create new habits to replace the old ones.

“It boils down to teaching the brain and the body to work in unison or in synchronicity, so that you can achieve a higher state of well being leading to a healthy brain, mind and body.”

 

Adele Tevlin - CEO of Adele Wellness, Corporate Wellness Program in Toronto