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There is so much wisdom in this episode and some really vulnerable shares from our beautiful guests - Jake Potter & Henry Fowkes, co-founders of Common Roots.
This one is for all the facilitators, dancers, creatives and anyone who has struggled with mental health and is wanting inspiration to find ways to heal through creative expression.
In this episode we speak about:
- How to move through creative trauma
- Navigating your first time on a dance floor with free movement
- Different modalities of therapy
- The profound healing that comes from creative expression with supporting your mental health
- Creative process with facilitation
- Navigating stressful situations and coming to know the different parts of yourself that arise
About Jake Potter:
Jake Potter is the Founding Director of ACEP, practicing Psychotherapist and host of the Embodied Mind Podcast. He is the Award Winner of the Dr Rafael Locke Award for Clinical & Academic Excellence in the practice of Counselling and Psychotherapy from Ikon Institute. Jake has received a BA of Counselling & Psychotherapy, is a Certified Open Floor Movement Teacher, Working Member of Open Floor International and Co-Founder of Common Roots; a Melbourne-based organisation uniting and empowering people through movement and dance. Jake has had an extensive teaching career which began as a Resident Teacher at Esalen Institute in Big Sur, California and has taught across Australia and the United States.
About Henry Fowkes:
Henry is a down-to-earth group facilitator, educator and embodiment teacher who began his career as a civil engineer. He is an internationally accredited teacher of Open Floor Movement Practice, Co-founded of Common Roots, student of Relational Gestalt Psychotherapy and loves nothing more than a big wild dance.
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