How SoulCollage® Helps Healing From Trauma

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Exploring SoulCollage® With Jennifer Wolfe-Hagstrom

Creativity can be healing. In this episode of Woman Worriers, host Elizabeth Cush talks with Jennifer Wolfe-Hagstrom about SoulCollage® and how it can ease anxiety and enhance the therapeutic experience.

We are allowing for each individual to find their own answers, to access their own wisdom.
— Jennifer Wolfe-Hagstrom

Show Notes:

Creativity isn’t limited to artists, and putting together a collage isn’t just a fanciful pastime. In this episode of the Woman Worriers podcast, host Elizabeth Cush, LCPC, of Progression Counseling in Annapolis, Md., interviews Jennifer Wolfe-Hagstrom, LCSW, about using creative exploration as a therapeutic tool. A trauma survivor who also has anxiety herself, Wolfe-Hagstrom talks about using a variety of creative approaches, including SoulCollage®, to help clients access their unconscious and gain new insights.

Listen and learn:

  • What happens to the brain when we use creativity in therapy

  • Why it helps to shift from left brain to right brain, especially if you have anxiety

  • Why trying to figure out the answer isn’t always the answer

  • How exploring creativity helps us tap in to our inner wisdom

  • What SoulCollage® is and how it works in a group or individual therapy

  • How SoulCollage® can help you get in touch with all the parts of your inner self

  • How a SoulCollage® facilitator creates a safe space for participants

  • Why listening without commenting is a powerful gift

  • How the SoulCollage® process works for trauma survivors

  • Where to learn more about SoulCollage®


Learn More

> Jennifer Wolfe-Hagstrom’s Kindness Corner Farm website

> Kindness Corner Farm on Facebook

> Kindness Corner Farm on Instagram

> SoulCollage®

> Seena Frost’s bio

> Progression Counseling


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