#21- Personality Assessments: In Clinical Work, Supervision, and Business with Megan Resig, MS, MT-BC

Check out the Episode! In this episode, we talk about a variety of personality tests and their applicability within clinical work, supervision, and as a business owner. Megan dives deepest into the Enneagram Test, a unique personality test that offers information about values and experiences important to each individual. Personality tests a guilty pleasure for … Continue reading #21- Personality Assessments: In Clinical Work, Supervision, and Business with Megan Resig, MS, MT-BC

#20- Drama, Intuition, and Community, with Krista Verrastro, MA, RDT

Check out the episode! In this episode, Krista discusses her journey to becoming a drama therapist and her drive for creativity. She talks about the use of drama in a variety of ways, for example a combination of EMDR and drama therapy. She touches on the importance of community, working in private practice, and the … Continue reading #20- Drama, Intuition, and Community, with Krista Verrastro, MA, RDT

#19- Movement, Relational Neuroscience, & Trauma, with Robyn Gobbel, LCSW, LMSC, RPT-S

Check out the episode! On today’s episode, Robyn shares her experiences as a clinician and her current shift into developing educational opportunities for therapists, parents, and caregivers. Robyn discusses the role of relationship in therapy, doing self-of-therapist work, how movement can be a powerful tool in therapy, and the importance of being over doing. Robyn … Continue reading #19- Movement, Relational Neuroscience, & Trauma, with Robyn Gobbel, LCSW, LMSC, RPT-S

#17- Creative Credit, End of Life Care, and Multigenerational Therapy with Brittany Tachkov, MT-BC

Check out the episode! In this episode, Brittany shares her experiences as a music therapist working in hospice. She discusses creativity as a whole, her work in end of life care, and the possibilities of healing through multigenerational sessions. She discusses her new journey into graduate school to obtain her Masters degree in family therapy … Continue reading #17- Creative Credit, End of Life Care, and Multigenerational Therapy with Brittany Tachkov, MT-BC

#16- Creative Movement, Voice, & Choice, with Reetu Jain

Check out the episode!In this episode, Reetu discusses her journey into the expressive arts, the creation of the Creative Movement Therapy Association of India (CMTAI), and her current doctoral research. She talks about the opportunities, challenges, and experiences serving adolescents, particularly around areas of gender, sexuality, and social change. Reetu is from Texas and has … Continue reading #16- Creative Movement, Voice, & Choice, with Reetu Jain

#15- Compassionate Inquiry, Mindfulness, and Happy Little Accidents with Melissa Diaz, MPS, LCAT, ATR-BC

Check Out The Episode! In this episode, Melissa talks about her vast experiences working with many clients during her art therapy career. She discusses current groups that she works with focusing on burnout and mindfulness. Melissa shares the story of her own community arts initiative called Open House BK and the balancing act of being … Continue reading #15- Compassionate Inquiry, Mindfulness, and Happy Little Accidents with Melissa Diaz, MPS, LCAT, ATR-BC

#13- Attachment, Infant Storytelling-Massage, and Sandplay with Andrea Vargas, LMHC, RPT-S

Check out the Episode! In this episode, Andrea talks about her experience as a play therapist working with children, teen, and families. She tackles topics such as therapeutic touch, attachment, sandplay, and aggressive play with clients. Andrea tells us her story of becoming a play therapist and her passion is evident throughout this great episode. … Continue reading #13- Attachment, Infant Storytelling-Massage, and Sandplay with Andrea Vargas, LMHC, RPT-S

#12- Identity, Trauma, & Music Therapy with Aksana Kavaliova, MTA

Check out the Episode! In this episode, Aksana shares her experiences working as a music therapist while eventually deciding to obtain another degree in trauma informed care. She discusses elements of trauma work that she has incorporated into her current clinical work with children who have special needs and how it has changed her approach. … Continue reading #12- Identity, Trauma, & Music Therapy with Aksana Kavaliova, MTA