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Are you a "stuck creative"?

 

Identify your REAL blocks.  Let's get you connected- to your fellow creatives and to your own energizing practice.

 
 

What can I help you with?

 

I don't have enough time.  When I try to use creativity in my work, I get pushback.

I feel isolated. I want some support and encouragement.

I'm not motivated anymore.  I don't feel like a creative person. 

 

Why it's so important to pay attention to creativity...

People are saying:

“I was so burned out at work, and I didn’t really know why, other than I just wasn’t doing what I wanted to do.  I wanted to use more art and creativity, but I felt nervous about it, that my clients would think it was just having fun and not really therapy.  Or that I wasn’t qualified.  When I participated in Katy’s online course, I learned about the neuroscience behind creativity.  We learned about the “flow” state, and how creativity helps with mindfulness.  I had so much more to give my clients aside from just letting them use coloring books during a session.”

 

“I was being bullied at work when I tried to do art with my patients.  Since I’m not a therapist or an art therapist, the nurses would challenge me in the hallways and ask why I was coloring with them.  I knew it was a very spiritual activity for the people I was working with but I didn’t have the confidence to stand up to my coworkers.  When I went to a retreat that Katy organized, I was able to find my voice and know that what I was doing was right.  Now at work I don’t debate with people from other departments, I use creativity and I know it’s 100% within my scope of practice.

 

“As a new mom I felt like I had zero time to do anything creative.  My kids are too little to do much with, if I heard one more person tell me to just get out some art supplies and make stuff with them, I was going to scream! I used to draw and paint, and I just don’t get enough alone time to really enter into that world.  When I did the phone interview with Katy I realized that this is just a season, that when my kids are older I will be able to go back to doing fine art, or do some kind of art with them.  I remembered some of the simpler things I used to do- like crochet.  We talked about time, priorities, and mental health.  I started to crochet again, just a few minutes here and there, and the best part has been meeting other knitters and crocheters in my neighborhood.  I feel like I have my identity back as a creative person.  When I joined the Mindful Creativity facebook group, I knew I had an online space to share things I had made and get encouragement, which I really needed!

 

Check out the Mindful Creativity Facebook Group

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Want some real education?

Ebooks and online courses only get you so far.  Interactive learning with actual people makes all the difference. Sign up here if you want to be screened to participate the beta version of my online creativity course.  

 

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