Interactive webinar with Stacie Aamon Yeldell, MA, MT-BC, on “Revolutionary Love” – Cultivating Healthy Connection with the Song Tapestry Method™
How can we become more intentional in selecting music that can help us regulate our emotions? How can we begin to deprogram the messages we may have internalized through songs with codependent lyrics? Although songs comprise the soundtrack of our everyday life, how often do we notice the impact songs can have on our subconscious?
Join us in this informative, experiential workshop as we explore how the messaging in songs can influence our unconscious beliefs on connection and how we can reclaim our power from the invalidating themes that are so prevalent in the songs we know and love.
Stacie Aamon Yeldell, MA, MT-BC, is an award-winning vocalist, speaker, and music psychotherapist with over 15 years of experience in mental health treatment. As the founder of Amöntra, a consulting company based in California, she has facilitated a range of therapeutic mindfulness practices for individuals and organizations, including The Grammy Foundation, The Riveter, GoogleArts and Culture, and YoungArts. In addition to being a core faculty member for UCLArts & Healing, Stacie has spoken at events like Women In Music, and DisclosureFestTM. She has also appeared on CBS News, in Renée Fleming’s “Music and Mind Live,” and is featured in the documentary “Proven.” Stacie holds a Masters degree in Music Therapy from New York University, in addition to certifications in Sound and Music Healing from the Open Center and Vocal Psychotherapy (AVPT) from the Vancouver Vocal Psychotherapy Institute.