Tuesday, November 25, 2014

tranquility du jour #326: art therapy

Welcome to the 326th edition of Tranquility du Jour. Today's show features Amy Tatsumi on art therapy, understanding stuckness, sharing the work of Brene Brown, and shedding anxiety as a lifestyle.

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Featured Guest: Amy Tatsumi, MA, LPC, ATR-BC, and Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator- Consultant offers individual and group: Psychotherapy, Counseling, Art Therapy, Jungian Sandplay, Clinical Supervision, Consultation, and Therapy for Therapists.  She specializes in working with women who have grown in many parts of their lives, friendships, and careers to show up fully and vulnerably in the relationships that are most important to them. She brings knowledge, energy, and experience with a touch of sparkle (connection + humor + je ne sais quoi) in the temenos of working with clients.  To learn more about Amy and her work visit amytatsumi.com

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2 comments:

Sarah said...

Loved this podcast! Of course, it resonated with my work so well. I would love to hear more about her use of art in sessions.

Amy Tatsumi said...

Sarah- thanks for your note and question. I use a variety of media with clients depending on their needs and goals. From washi tape to watercolor, we can dabble and dig into whatever a client needs on her journey to coming back to herself.

Warmly,
Amy