Creative Prescriptions for Women With Cancer: Tools for Tapping into Your Stress-free, Creative, Happy Healing Space
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Creative Prescriptions for Women with Cancer is a creative first-aid kit that specifically addresses many of the challenges faced by cancer patients. This guide will help you to tap into your inherent ability to be creative and its potential to heal physically, emotionally, psychologically, and spiritually. Creativity is your “prescription” to reduce stress, raise spirits, and facilitate the healing process.
About the Author, Annette Tello, M.S.
Annette Tello, M.S., has twenty-five years of experience in rehabilitation counseling and coaching. She has her own coaching business, specializing in working with cancer patients and survivors, and is a Holistic Cancer Coach certified through Beat Cancer. Creative expression through art-making was a critical tool in her own healing, and it inspired her to write this book. She has a wealth of experience in designing and facilitating workshops, classes, and support groups. By sharing her experience as a coach and artist, she hopes to inspire others to use creativity as a doorway to a more mindful, healthier, and joy-filled life. She lives in San Diego with the love of her life, Jim, and their pets.
She can be reached on her LinkedIn page.
“Annette does an incredible job of providing women who are healing from cancer a portable art studio, and journal so they can tap into the healing that happens when we are creating joyfully. This book is the framework for escaping the fear and stress of cancer through the prescription of creating authentically. How wonderful that women do not need to be good at art or have any art experience in order to add this form of play and expression to their treatment plan. This book is a great resource to promote mind-body-spirit healing and a sense of wholeness and control over the healing process. I highly recommend adding this wonderful method of self-reflection and self-discovery to anyone’s healing game plan!”
– Debra Nicholson, Director of Community Outreach
Center For Advancement in Cancer Education