Music Therapy & PTSD by: Mack Bailey – Music of the Rockies Reducing the stigma of mental health is possibly the most important goal for our industry. As a Board-Certified Music Therapist in the Roaring Fork Valley and I have the honor of running music therapy retreats for veterans diagnosed with PTSD. These 3-day retreats are
by: Dr. Tina Payne Bryson This is a recording from my interview on The Other F Word Podcast. Here’s a description: Dr. Tina Payne Bryson is a Psychotherapist, Founder/Executive director of The Center for Connection in Pasadena, and the co-author (with Dr. Dan Siegel) of The Yes Brain as well as two New York Times best-selling
Twenty-seven percent of Americans experience some disability. One hundred percent are a part of our community. Each has a story. Meet Christie… She is the Outreach Coordinator for the Aspen Hope Center. She adopts older dogs to give them their best golden years. She finds her serenity in the outdoors. Christie has a diagnosis of
How to be a support in times of grief. Melissa Seigle, MA, LPC, NCC Unfortunately, we all know a friend, family member, or acquaintance who has experienced grief and loss. It can be awkward and trying to know what to say and how to help during a difficult and painful time. Though the following tips
Hope springs eternal in the human breast; Man never is, but always to be blessed: The soul, uneasy and confined from home, Rests and expatiates in a life to come. -Alexander Pope, An Essay On Man God has a lot to say about Hope, and does so far better than I will in
Twenty-seven percent of Americans experience some disability. One hundred percent are a part of our community. Each has a story. Meet Camy… She is able to conquer most fears. She likes to ride her bike, and hike. She is the Vice-Chair of the Valley Life for All Board of Directors. Her voice will change you.