In this episode, we speak to returning guest Stephanie Simpson and a new guest but a great friend of mine, Courtney Romanowski. We discuss a variety of topics including storytelling, as well as the mind-body-spirit connection and how we can use the tools we have at our disposal, including our breath, our body, and our ability to be. There is also an amazing discussion on our narrative and how this effect us in so many ways.
Stephanie Simpson is an Artist, Coach, Facilitator, Speaker, and the author of the “21 Day Stress Management Workbook: A Holistic, Interactive Guide to Re-Defining Your Relationship to Stress.” Drawing on her background in movement, meditation, trauma, and psychology, she partners with people and businesses/organizations to achieve their greatest potential by nurturing the connection between the mind, body, and spirit. Skilled at holding space so that people and businesses can get clear on their purpose and align their purpose with their goals, Stephanie empowers her clients to live courageously and to the fullest by creating communities and workplace cultures that are human centric and trauma informed, fostering and valuing employee wellness and sustainability.
Stephanie can be reached via her website here.
Her Instagram account can be found here and her Facebook account can be accessed here.
Courtney is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and a Registered Dance Movement Therapist through the American Dance Therapy Association. Over the past 10 years, Courtney has provided individual counseling and group therapy to a diverse population of adults at various levels of care. Her hope is to support her clients by integrating honest, open minded conversations with mind-body awareness and connection. She graduated with her Master's Degree from Lesley University in 2014, served as the President of the New England Chapter of the American Dance Therapy Association 2019-2021, and is certified in Restorative Yoga.
You can find Courtney's website here.
You can find Courtney on Instagram here.
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