Using Creativity and Expressive Arts to Heal Your Emotional Wounds and Access Your Subconscious World - JAMIE MOLNAR

Using Creativity and Expressive Arts to Heal Your Emotional Wounds and Access Your Subconscious World

Join Jamie and this week’s guest, Dayna Wood, as they explore the neuroscience of how creativity can help you access aspects of your subconscious world and heal wounds that could be holding you back. 

Resources Recommended in Episode:

  1. The Intuitive Self-Care Guide
  2. Dayna’s Website

Meet Dayna:

Dayna Wood, EdS, LMHC, NCC, REAT, is a Creative Leadership Coach and the founder of Integrative Counsel. She earned her Masters of Education and an Education Specialist degree with a concentration in Mental Health Counseling and holds a Certificate in Creative Arts Therapies from the New School in NYC She is a Registered Expressive Arts Therapist (REAT) and a  licensed psychotherapist in New York and Florida. She has worked in several different industries including not-for-profit, healthcare, and entrepreneurial and continuously finds the creative process to be profoundly humbling and edifying.

“I’ve been there… I was tired, overburdened, not myself, and missing something essential. Balancing life’s demands is no easy task. However, after learning and applying advanced awareness tools – based on core principles founded in neuroleadership, imagination, and mindfulness – I was able to approach life with curiosity, creativity, potency, and fun. Today, I am a leadership coach and I delight in coaching busy professionals and corporations. In the process, I help them improve clarity, creativity, and achieve their full potential.”

Thanks for joining me here on the Be Your Best Self Podcast! 

Connect with me, grab helpful resources, and learn more about my work at  http://jamiemolnar.com/

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