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Starving Artists

Thank you to all of you who read and follow my blog. You may have noticed that it has been a while since my last post. On January 1st, 2016, I started a new blog on http://www.blogger.com, Ramblings of a … Continue reading

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Exciting, Creative Projects 4 Children, Youth and Women

What a rush! It feels like just yesterday my girls were getting on the bus for their first day back at school. My head was flooded with ideas for projects in my lovely community of Kemptville, Ontario. I approached Robin … Continue reading

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Creativity and Mindfulness for Art & Soul in 2015

Creativity and mindfulness, those two topics have been on my mind, weaving in and out of conversations over the past months. I wish to promote and cultivate them both in myself and others throughout the new year. I’d like to … Continue reading

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Healing for Couples when one partner is diagnosed with ptsd-7 Strategies for Success

Loving someone diagnosed with ptsd is challenging. These seven strategies can help. 1-When your loved one is diagnosed with ptsd, read about the symptoms to understand how these effect every day life. Knowledge is power. Understanding leads to compassion. It … Continue reading

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Fruition

I feel so blessed as I write this month’s blog. I am sitting in my cozy kitchen, the sun is streaming in. My daughters are busy playing in their toy room, using their vivid imaginations. I can see my art … Continue reading

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The “art” of navigating family transitions

Every family struggles at one time or another. Whether it be a death, divorce, birth,illness, marriage or, moving overseas, no family is immune to events within the lifecycle. As the family system stretches and evolves, some family members embracechange, others … Continue reading

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Collaboration

Collaboration. That is the word that sums up 2014 for me so far. January and Februaryhave vanished. I have met so many mental health professionals in the new year. We allwant to contribute our skills in a meaningful way and … Continue reading

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