Are you struggling with body image issues? Do you need help recovering from a body image disorder? You might want to consider accessing some of the resources prepared by Dr. Deah Schwartz and other practitioner’s for positive body image.
Dr. Deah Schwartz and healthy body image
Dr. Deah Schwartz has extensive experience using Therapeutic Arts, Music, Drama and Recreation. She provides activities in a variety of clinical and educational settings with clients ranging in age from 5 to 80+.
Deah is co-author of “LEFTOVERS: The Ups and Downs of a Compulsive Eater”, an original theater piece about women, weight and self-acceptance.
In addition to being a co-author and original cast member of “LEFTOVERS: THE UPS AND DOWNS OF A COMPULSIVE EATER,” her training in Art Therapy is apparent in her latest book, Dr. Deah’s Calmanac, an interactive monthly guide for cultivating a positive body image. You can read more on Dr. Deah’s site.
Cybele taught magic, ritual & meditation with the Reclaiming Collective, including its founding member, Starhawk, from 1984-1997 in the U.S., Canada and Europe. Her Contemplative Arts workshops include 7 Gates: A Chakra & Gemstone Journey, Dreaming Stones and Angels of the Tarot.
Cybele (AKA Suzette Rochat) is a Lomi Bodyworker ,a Jin Shin Jyutsu practitioner. and an intuitive Stone Healer. She works with trauma and held or blocked emotions through the body, dreams and the imagination. She sees clients in Santa Rosa & San Francisco. Cybele has been a hands-on healer for more than 30 years, including two years of Hospice work and two years of Gestalt Therapy training.. She created the Breath & Body group for Women Survivors of Incest and Abuse in 1988, which she continues to facilitate in the Bay Area. For the past 15 years she has been studying and teaching Stone Medicine, often pairing it with dream incubation and projective dream work. Learn more at Cybele’s well site. Reserve your space at the next series. Email Cybele now: firstname.lastname@example.org.Holistic Therapy Online -Eric Buck MFT
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