Creativity Recovery & Growth Workshop
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"This workshop was the one piece of self care I didn’t realize I needed so badly until I joined. Its rare to find a course that not only validates the journey of an artist and our creativity by reflecting on the ups, downs, and emotions, but was also a safe space to share our experiences and make a renewed commitment to and recognize the little artist that lives in all of us! This course is the perfect merger between scientific/ psychological and spiritual analysis of our creativity. It has improved my quality of life, increased my feelings of worthiness, and best of all spawned a true understanding of and reignited my creativity. Thanks to this class I am confident and proud to say I am an artist who is creating for herself again and not just some project I am assigned. I am listening to my inner voice and authentically acting on that and that’s how I’ll continue to show up for the world. You will not regret investing this time in yourself - this course will definitely get you out of any rut you feel yourself in. Thank you Amy for this amazing and life changing class! 5 Stars!"
- Iliana Incandela, Creative Director, Singer/songwriter & Entertainer
"This course is a perfectly mashed up journey to self help and acceptance.
The surprise for me was the use of spiritual, science based and logical guidance that would appeal to anyone looking for and willing to learn how negative views of self are not accurate, reverse self talk that isn’t serving you and live your best life while you shift into a space of self love. Amy is a wonderful facilitator in helping to give perspectives that you may have not considered. The group atmosphere is a huge help in its supportive aspect.
I highly recommend this course for anyone who has struggled with self esteem, is stuck in an unhappy space etc."
- Angela Powers, Massage Therapist, Business Owner
Amy Rosner holds a Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology and spent 15 years teaching college Psychology classes and doing brain research, specializing in the neuroscience of visual attention and memory and developing unique classes in the psychology of art and creativity. She has published research in the peer-reviewed journals Behavioural Brain Research, Perception and Psychophysics, and Psychopharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics.
Amy combines life and health coaching, hypnosis, guided imagery, neurolinguistic programming (NLP) techniques to help her clients get control of their minds and bodies, reprogram negative physical and emotional feelings and limiting beliefs, and construct a continually modifiable custom life plan to outsmart their brains and release blocks to growth, working with their bodies, not against them.
A graduate of the Hypnotherapy Academy of America, she has received the most rigorous hypnotherapy training available. The hypnosis protocols she employs have been scientifically verified by the National Institutes of Health to be effective. A Certified Master Hypnotic Coach and Clinical Hypnotherapist with the American Council of Hypnotist Examiners, Amy is also certified in Professional Coaching, having studied with David Krueger, M.D., as well as in Integrative Health Coaching, NLP and several areas of business process efficiency, and she spent several years as a process efficiency coach in the corporate world before starting her own business. She currently has a private practice in Mesa, Arizona, where she offers individual sessions and classes.
An amazon.com bestselling author, Amy helps people reprogram their brains, change their life stories and create new possibilities for success.
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"Wow.... Each week was filled with insightful readings, creative exercises and self discovery prompts to help us understand our own creative blocks & urges. We met weekly to discuss our personal insights and share our personal challenges. The blend of personal development and creative therapy was exactly what I needed the past 3 months.
Yeah, I may have been in shock, depressed and grieving throughout the entire process but in a way, being in a state of vulnerability and uncertainty only gave me even more clarity in what I was missing in my life.
Going through the 12 weeks of self introspection and artistic exploration wasn't about perfection. It wasn't about achieving anything, it was about self honesty. It was a matter of reevaluating what I wanted to create in my lifetime. It was an inner dialogue with myself about how much time I wanted to commit to the creative process.
I am very grateful for this intimate experience."
- Duyen Tran