Check Out The Episode! "Begin Anywhere." Along with this amazing quote, Julia Grace is moving mountains with her work in elder care, dance/movement therapy, and intergenerational supports. She talks about her training as an expressive arts therapist, her love of movement, and the creation of ALMA, as well as the accidental development of The Wave … Continue reading Building Bridges, Intergenerational Care, and Dance/Movement Therapy with Julia Grace Vishnapolesky, LPCC, R-DMT
Check out the episode! This episode is the first ever release with more than one guest, and it was a blast! Katie, Haley, and Candace joined in from different time zones to tell us about their awesome business called Music Therapy Made Simple. Whether you are a music therapist or another creative arts therapist looking … Continue reading #27- Innovative Solutions, Tools, and Confidence with Music Therapy Made Simple
Check out the episode! In this episode, Chris talks with us about his journey to becoming a music therapist and his eventual move towards getting an License as a Professional Counselor in Colorado. Chris discusses his past and current work within residential facilities for children and his new niche within spiritually-supported counseling. Take a listen … Continue reading #26- Childhood Trauma, Spirituality, and Collaboration with Chris Wojdak, LPC, MT-BC
It's no surprise that I LOVE using Jenga questions in therapy. Whether it's questions about music, a way to prompt instrument playing, or to build rapport, Jenga is an amazing tool. I hate to admit it, but I've literally spent hours writing questions on wooden Jenga blocks. Most frequently, I've done this for other therapists … Continue reading Indefinite Jenga Questions!
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Check out the episode! In this episode, Bree talks about her journey to becoming a music therapist, how she developed knowledge and a program to benefit survivors of school shootings, and how she is constantly expanding her own work as well as her companies. Take a listen to be inspired and hear Bree's passions! Bree earned … Continue reading #23- Creative Support for Survivors of School Shootings, Business Development, and Growth with Bree Gordon Lukosavich, MT-BC
Check out the Episode! In this episode, Jackie talks about play therapy, EMDR, couples therapy, and a variety of playful situations that arise in the work of play therapists. Jackie talks about the resources she has created for other therapists, most recently the Innovative Child Therapy Symposium. Jackie Flynn is the founder and director of … Continue reading #22- Playfulness, EMDR, and Innovation with Jackie Flynn, Ed.S, LMHC-S, RPT
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
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
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