I recently was interviewed on two different podcasts about the benefits of creativity to mental health — Unapologetically Sensitive, and Design Your Dream Life. I hope you find them interesting and inspiring. Enjoy!
Canadian artist Janelle Hardy interviewed me for her podcast, Wild Elixir, awhile back. The episode was posted over the weekend, and it was a lot of fun to revisit our conversation. Our chat included musings on creativity (music in particular) and an in-depth discussion of my favorite fairytale, Beauty and the Beast. Enjoy the listen!
I was recently interviewed by Melvin Varghese for his successful Selling the Couch podcast. It was a wonderful experience and I enjoyed it immensely. You can find the episode posted here.
Here's what the host had to say:
"Today’s interview is one from which most of us could take a lesson. Rachel Moore is currently a counseling intern, and yet she has built a private practice at a time when most people would be focused on just completing the program. Rachel is clearly motivated, and in addition to her private practice, she also interns for hospice.
"I was so impressed that Rachel even had the forethought to start a private practice before her program was completed. Rachel has gained valuable experience in business and in building a practice."
Click here to stream the podcast online, or download on iTunes.
Rachel Moore, LMFT, is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapy in San Diego, CA. Rachel helps writers, artists, musicians, and other creative types overcome anxiety, trauma, and depression. She is trained in EMDR therapy.