Written for professional therapists as well as the interested layperson, this book reveals where hidden sources of creativity and inspiration can be found in everyday life, such as in the body, the environment, material objects, or even daily activities. Numerous stories, exercises, and pictures illustrate this take on creativity from a process work perspective by tapping into art, music, puppets, movement, and more. This inspirational guide to bringing artistic elements into one's life examines dreams, body experiences, and overall life situations.
About the Author
Amy Mindell is a well-known process-oriented therapist and lecturer and the author of Coma: A Healing Journey, Metaskills, and Riding the Horse Backwards. She is a regular speaker at international conferences on psychology, coma treatment, and conflict resolution, and is a former resident teacher at Esalen Instutite in Big Sur, California. She lives in Portland, Oregon.