The voice can say a lot about your state of health and holistic well-being without your fully realizing it. In this post, I talk about how this the voice can reflect this about you. I also share some ways that singing, whether alone or as part of a group, can enhance your health and sense of well-being.
We all have an inner critic. In this post, I share some ideas for how to manage that inner voice of self-judgment that can prevent your greater growth & development.
Creativity benefits us in many ways, but sometimes we feel “stuck” & aren’t able to create. In this post, I talk about creativity & share ways to begin creating.
Sometimes we forget to nurture the spiritual or transpersonal aspects of ourselves. Yet, tapping into these aspects can be an important part of self-care. In this post, I talk a bit about how transpersonal experiences can expand and enhance our practice of self-care.
What Is Self-Care to You? What comes to your mind when you think of the word “self-care?” Do you imagine a day of decadent pampering? Do you imagine a weekend away? If your ideas require a lot of extra time, money, and effort, it makes it less likely that you’ll get around to practicing it. […]
The Holidays: A Time of Mixed Feelings The holidays are an interesting time. For some people the holidays are a time that they value greatly. While for others, it can be a time of sadness and grief. For most people, however, it brings a change in routine. And when our routines change, we can get […]
Feeling Better By Feeling Thankful In this 4th video of the holiday stress management series, I talk a bit about how an “attitude of gratitude” can help you feel better. I know that it may sound trite, but recognizing things in your life that you’re thankful for actually can help you feel better. Explicitly identifying […]
The Life Path of SoundWell Music Therapy Have you ever yearned for a place where you could be and create what you know lives within you? Yet, you weren’t quite sure if you’d ever find such a place where you could be? Up until a few weeks ago, that was me with my business. July […]
music therapy with LGBT clients Since June is Pride Month, I wanted to share some snapshots of my work providing music therapy with LGBT clients. Over the course of my career as a therapist and educator, I’ve worked with LGBT and asexual teens who were struggling with their sexual orientation and worried about how their […]
For the past month or so I’ve been gradually reading the latest issue of The Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, which happens to be devoted to the concept of transpersonal gerontology. I’d never heard of this concept before, and it has been a slow and steady process going through the issue as I’ve been finding each […]