Ep 42: Chronic Illness, Anxiety, Intuition, and The Impact of Trauma on the Body w/ Meg Bearman MA, LPC-MHSP, ATR-P
In this podcast episode, Meg Bearman MA, LPC-MHSP, ATR-P discusses the connection between physical pain, emotions, and the mind-body relationship. We emphasizes the importance of understanding how physical pain can distract from emotional well-being. Meg also talks about the work she does in integrating trauma therapy and art therapy, highlighting the significance of the mind-body connection in healing. The conversation touches on topics such as chronic illness, anxiety, intuition, and the impact of trauma on the body. Overall, the discussion sheds light on the complexities of pain, emotions, and the therapeutic process.
• What is art therapy
• Why you don’t need to be good at art to benefit from art therapy
• The role of art therapy in exploring and expressing emotions
• What to expect when working with an art therapist
• What it’s like to start therapy for the first time?
• Using your body as a tool
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