An active and vivid imagination often spurs creative people to achieve great things, but it can also conjure up doom-and-gloom scenarios that isolate and bring on feelings of self-loathing.
Perhaps it’s time creatives showed themselves more self-compassion?
Read my latest article for Breathe Magazine and discover:
- What being a 'creative person' really means
- Why some creative people feel so intensely
- How to quieten your inner critic
- How being kind to yourself can lead you to develop a stable and more consistent sense of self-worth
Pick up a copy of the magazine, available in all good stockists or online – or download the article (for free) above.
Could you benefit from sessions of coaching or therapy via Skype?
Over the past year, I've been working with increasing numbers of people via Skype (or Facetime) as it suits certain types of of situations very well – including dealing with workplace stress and short sessions for parents to focus on specific difficulties as they arise.
Renée van der Vloodt ( M.A. , FHGI ) is a psychotherapist and coach – and has had a private practice for over 20 years, which is now based between Woodchurch (Ashford), Kent and the Elysian Centre in Rye, East Sussex.
Renée is the author of the CD Calm the Chaos of the Creative Mind and works with children and adults as a coach and therapist to help them overcome life's challenges and emotional difficulties including stress, burnout, anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anger or addictive behaviour.