Day 5 – Q5. What recent projects have you been involved in?
Because my work has relevance in broad contexts, and I am fortunate to be able to serve people of all ages within Tokyo and the Kanto area. I really enjoy working with children, and I have had the opportunity to work with them and on their behalf in many capacities. I designed and taught an arts-based language program for elementary school students in a major international school for several years. I am now providing special music and integrated arts programs in another one. I have given a variety of presentations to international teachers and health professionals, and see individual clients for both traditional tutoring (with an emphasis on arts-based learning) and expressive arts.
I am happy to work with adult clients both individually and in groups to provide sessions that focus on stress reduction, relaxation, or other needs where expressive arts can be helpful. I am now using healing music for relaxation in traditional music therapy sessions at a hospital outpatient program for elderly people with dementia, Alzheimer’s Disease and Parkinson’s Disease.
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* Angela Jeffs (Japan Times Journalist) on her witing class based on “Drawing on the Writer Within”, her upcoming book and labyrinths.
* Gretta McIlvaine founder of Bridge Between the Worlds Healing Center and Graduate of the Barbara Brennan School of Healing.
* Sri Eknath Eswaran’s method of meditation (he is the founder of the Blue Mountain Center of Meditation in California and author of many books).