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Authentic Health: Reconciling Grief & Loss Finding Balance Through Creativity

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In this episode of Authentic Health with Holistic Coaches Traci Philips & Rob Payo, we will focus on reconciling grief:   How do you reconcile your life in the midst of grief and loss? What defines grief and loss and how does one learn to balance the isolation of grief with acts of creativity?

Join us as we interview our guest, poet and writer Barbara Ellen Sorensen. Her powerful imagery and unflinching look at life is beautifully rendered in her poetry and Barbara will share some of her poems and other writings as a way of discussing grief & loss and how it can be balanced through acts of creativity.

Barbara Ellen Sorensen is former senior editor of Winds of Change magazine, the flagship publication for the American Indian Science & Engineering Society.Sorensen’s chapbook, Song from the Deep Middle Brain (Mainstreet Rag, 2010), was a 2011 Colorado Book Award finalist.Sorensen was nominated for a Pushcart Prize for her memoir piece, Ghostflower & Wind (Drunken Boat, 2012).

Traci Philips, CHHC is the owner of That Certain Way To Wellness, offering Holistic Health & Lifestyle Coaching, assisting individuals to find the wellness within by GOAL setting, ACTION planning & aligning their CORE VALUES with the daily CHOICES they make.  Traci specializes in nutrition & empowerment training and is also the founder of Wellness of Chatham, a group that meets to discuss topics concerning health and well-being in Chatham County, NC.

Rob Payo understands the value of small but meaningful changes that people can make in leading healthier lives. As Rob journey has led him to serve others as a Wellness Coach, Educator, Actor, Singer, and Science Geek, his journey opens the door for others to move in their lives with less fear and greater wonder.