Farewell, Painful Heels and Notes

Farewell, Painful Heels and Notes

As the world well knows, Taylor Swift recently released sister records “Folklore” and “Evermore,” doubly thrilling her millions of fans. And the records are beautiful. Unlike her earlier releases, which were more produced, these are stripped down and raw. The...

Brandi Carlile’s Lesson in Authenticity

I’ve always been a binge listener. I’m incapable of listening to music casually; any time a song comes on, my attention gets diverted and I lose myself in the world of it. The same goes for when I come across a new artist I like… I remember spending weeks immersed in...

Free Your Voice and Express Your True Self

I was recently interviewed by Tayo Rockson, author of “Use Your Difference to Make a Difference” (Wiley, 2019), about what makes a great therapist, and how to deal with the challenges that necessarily arise, with our clients and within ourselves. Tayo...

Being Mindful versus Being Careful

I recently read an article in Business Insider about how often women overuse the word ‘just’; that it has become a ‘permission word’ which dilutes our message and weakens us when we speak. I’ve certainly found this to be the case. Not only in our words, but in our...

The Music and Magic of Singing

I was recently interviewed by Daisy De Boevere, a vocal coach in Belgium, about all things singing, music, and life. I hope you enjoy our conversation as much as I did…    You studied singing and have had a wonderful career as a professional singer and...

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