I can't believe my time is going by so quickly. One of my new year resolutions is to do regular monthly posts; so here's the first for 2021. Today, I was showing someone how to do the SoulCollage® process. Before I new it, I was looking with dismay at the part of myself that wants … Continue reading January is nearly over!!
Artist Luis Martin talks about the process of creating collage and it's meaning. He explains how collage has been a large part of his life and says it helped him move from 'a dark place'. In the second video he shares his process. Look how he uses the scraps!! https://youtu.be/EdW_kw6SlY8 https://youtu.be/6jkOmYbtOW0
Imagination is the true magic carpet. Norman Vincent Peale. April 2019. Sometimes a little magic... I still feel grateful for the little bit of magic that happened that day. Grateful that I'm able to use my imagination and recall how that young part of me felt: so unsure of herself in the world. I am … Continue reading Finding myself…
I can't believe it's already November 2020. I guess we've all 'had a year of it' in one way or another! I really hope you are all well and have used these isolating times for self-care, creativity and discovering more about yourself. I've just about recovered from a fall I had earlier in the year … Continue reading Hello, I’m back… well nearly!
The following series of short Youtube videos provide an easy to understand explanation of the 'trauma informed approach'. The presentations may seem a bit stilted, but I appreciate the 'no frills' information. Those who have attended art therapy and/or counselling sessions with me will notice the underpinnings of our work together. https://youtu.be/V541LmHVXrc https://youtu.be/3EAcrTnaliQ … Continue reading Understanding a ‘Trauma Informed Approach’