A few weeks ago I launched my creative guidance and mentoring services, and I know it can take a little while for something new to settle in, and it can be tricky to understand or know whether it’s something that could maybe help you. So today I want to share with you a case study of one of my first clients – with her permission, of course – to give you an idea of the kind of things I’m here to work on with you.
I had a beautiful message last week from a friend who had joined me for the Creative Focus Challenge a few weeks ago and it really got me thinking. She said that opening up to possibilities and exploring a new creative project, being encouraged to make a start on something she'd wanted to do for a while (being given permission, almost), had been incredibly freeing for her. And that by me holding a safe space and facilitating her experimentation through the ideas and suggestions in the challenge, she's been able to begin a path towards healing things that she'd kept locked up inside, because she now has a new and different outlet for them, a unique and creative way of expressing herself.