Ms Complexities and Shaman Ashley discuss what Shamanism is to them and why they chose the Shamanic Path. Pattyface asks the questions and decodes the “woo woo” like he does and even shares a bit of his own dealings with Shamanism.
Explore spirituality. Learn shamanic wisdom. Discover nature.
Since June 2018 Mental Health News Radio Network podcast Complexities Podcast has explored recovery from C-PTSD and years of familial abuse from the unique perspective of a couple healing together; Austin Howard AKA Miss Complexities, a wife with C-PTSD and her supportive neurotypical spouse Patrick Howard, who also happens to be the show’s audio engineer. Austin’s marriage helps her heal from her past and as a couple Austin and Patrick share tips and tricks that have assisted their relationship.
This week we speak with Jamie Kelly who is an HCPC registered Dramatherapist. For all of you listeners in the UK, she’s got two locations in London. This is a seriously interesting healing modality that not a lot of people have heard of! Thanks again Jamie!
North American Drama Therapy Association
The British Association of Dramatherapists
Counselling & Dramatherapy, Central London
The Book on Psychological Trauma Coming Soon 2019
This is not episode 22! When we recorded this back in December of 2018, we weren’t sure where it was going to land in this season, but here it is!
Miss Jacqueline is a uniquely talented and extra-qualified Clutter Clearing Coach! She’s wonderful and an absolute joy to have in the podcasting studio. Let’s face it, she’s at our house often because we love her!
Living a simplified life can definitely help you in your life, whether you’re recovering from trauma or just kind of a messy person! We also talk about a little bit of the stigma surrounding things that are considered “woo-woo”.
This week, Miss Complexities goes through a history of all of the healing modalities that she’s tried. What worked for her, what didn’t work, what she still does, all the things! We went a little longer than normal, but it was too interesting to cut short. Enjoy!