Elke Scholz, MA, RT, REACE, is a registered Psychotherapist, a registered Expressive Art Consultant/Educator, and an internationally certified EMDR Therapist. Elke has over 35 years helping people and runs her private therapy practice out of Bracebridge, Muskoka. Many of her clients are youth at risk and people suffering from trauma, grief and loss. She has spoken and facilitated at conferences, on radio and on TV. She sits as a co-chair on the board for IEATA International Expressive Arts Therapy Association. She is a well-known author of; 2nd edition, Loving Your Life: a fun practical approach for well-being, containing over 40 creative exercises. She has produced antianxiety-wellness kits that help employees, youth-at-risk and seniors in managing anxiety and depression.
Bewältige und senke Deine Angst mit diesem Buch. Dieses praktische Ressourcenbuch enthält viele Strategien und Übungen. Neben Elke Scholz gibt es fünf Mitwirkende, die als Autoren, Hauptredner, Führungspersönlichkeiten und erfolgreiche Fachleute bekannt werden, die leidenschaftlich sind, an anderen Leuten unterstützen.
Anxiety Warrior Volume One came from seeing so many people in my private practice looking for strategies to lower anxiety. Anxiety Warrior Volume Two has delved deeper into more resources, and shares heart-felt, heroic stories of people like us. The two volumes together make a complete resource for managing and lowering anxiety. Each has a rich uniqueness in its offering.
Manage and lower your anxiety with this book. This practical resource book is full of strategies and exercises. Along with Elke Scholz there are five contributors, who are published authors, key note speakers, leaders and all are professionals and passionate about empowering people.
An illustrated 258 page book on how to become who you are and love it though passionate creative living. Explore your creative mindfulness in this expressive arts book. Use it for daily inspirations, creative exercise and practices, for personal use and in workshops. A fun, refreshing practical approach for well-being. Foreword by Kate Donohue, a grandmother of Expressive Arts Therapy.