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Our hosts, Howard Glasser, creator of the Nurtured Heart Aproach and Stephanie Rule, School Counselor and Mom welcome guests Shirley Faleer and Lyla Tyler to this month's podcast.

Shirley is in a solo private practice, Heartbound Counseling.  She lives with her husband, Rob and Gracie, her Yorkie-Poo, who assists her in her counseling practice in Mt. Pleasant Michigan.  Shirley has been working as a counselor and play therapist for 20 years.  A NHA Certified Advanced Trainer since 2013, she has been growing in and using the NHA as a part of her self-care and personal transformation, in her counseling practice and in her family as a parent of two and as a grandparent with her four brilliantly intense grandchildren.  She has completed extensive training in Sandtray-Worldplay with Gisela DeDomenico, PhD and is a level 2 practitioner of the Body-Brain Approach to Sandtray Play Therapy presented and created by NHA Certified Trainer, Rita Grayson, LCSW, RPT-S.  Integrating these experiential tools with the Nurtured Heart Approach has been powerful and effective with clients of all ages.

Lyla is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, a Registered Play Therapy Supervisor and also an Advanced Trainer for the Nurtured Heart Approach®. Lyla specializes in treating children, teens and families at her midtown Sacramento, California private practice.  She was a Program Manager for two large Residential Treatment centers in Sacramento and also facilitated groups for Sutter Medical Foundation through the Children’s Bereavement Art Group.  She is also trained in Experiential Play Therapy, Art Therapy, EMDR, Theraplay®, and the Trauma Resiliency Model®. For the past 30 years Lyla has provided training throughout California and Internationally

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