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“Most of us have already discovered some aspect of expressive art as being helpful in our daily lives. You may doodle as you speak on the telephone and find it soothing. You may write a personal journal and find that as you write, your feelings and ideas change. Perhaps you write down your dreams and look for patterns and symbols. You may paint or sculpt as a hobby and realize the intensity of the experience transports you out of your everyday problems. Or perhaps you sing while you drive or go for long walks. These exemplify self-expression through movement, sound, writing, and art to alter your state of being. They are ways to release your feelings, clear your mind, raise your spirits, and bring yourself into higher states of consciousness. The process is therapeutic.” – Natalie Rogers
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 I offer strength-focused, collaborative self-healing processes using EXA Therapy modalities that will support you to accept, express, regulate, make sense of and transform your painful emotions into deep introspection and self-growth in an inclusive, non-judgmental and safe space.

If you’re looking for new ways to manage anxiety, take a more active role in your personal growth, or learn how to incorporate creativity into your self-care routine to boost your mental health,

you’re in the right place.

And then the day came,

when the risk

to remain tight

in a bud

was more painful

than the risk

it took

to blossom.

Risk by Anaïs Nin