Real World Woman...Sex, Money & Food
About This Show
Real World Woman...Sex, Money & Food podcast is hosted by Alexandra Harbushka. It is designed to educate women on what life deals you in the real world. Recognizing there is a need in today's society to encourage and help women understand the basic essentials in life, Alexandra sums up the essentials into three categories; Sex, Money & Food. The Real World Woman...Sex, Money & Food podcast is designed to help women understand the balance of life within every aspect and to help women have a healthy relationship with life. The podcast is released every Tuesday and each episode is about 30-40 minutes. On each episode, Alexandra interviews industry experts who are able to provide their expertise and advice with the goal to help women grow, become more confident and have a healthy relationship with life's essentials.
Most Recent Episode
075: Unconventional Art and Therapy, With Rebecca Wilkinson
4 days ago
www.alexandraharbushka.com Leave a review: http://bit.ly/ReviewSexMoneyandFood PSST. I will be reading your reviews in an upcoming episode so if you have any questions ask away :-) The Sex, Money, and Food Podcast Have you ever considered your doodles and stick figures say more about you and your life than you might think? Our guest today, Rebecca Wilkinson, is an art therapist and artist who helps people see themselves and each other more clearly through the art they make. On this episode of the Sex, Money and Food podcast, Rebecca joins us to talk about the therapeutic benefits of art and how we can use art therapy to tap into previously unseen and unacknowledged parts of ourselves. We cover that and much more on today’s edition of the show! More About This Show Rebecca Wilkinson has been an artist for 40 years, and a licensed and certified art therapist for 25 of those years. Through her therapy work, she teaches people how to experience the most happiness possible. She is also the managing partner of Creative Wellbeing Workshops, and currently working on a book with her business partner. Though there are many benefits to art therapy, the greatest are to help us get back into balance when we fall out, to help us get “unstuck” when we feel stuck and to help us choose one path over another when we are faced with a difficult decision or choice. And we don’t have to be an artist to experience these results - anyone can benefit from art therapy regardless of their artistic talent level or abilities. In addition to individual work, Rebecca also works
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I recently connected with Alexandra and she and I are planning on collaborating together! I love it when we women hold each other up and empower one another!
Date published: 2016-05-06