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I believe that each person has a wealth of of creativity that leads to the ability to achieve his or her dreams. It is with in us, waiting to be recognized. With clarity of mind, body, and spirit comes the confidence to access all possibilities and probabilities. This book is not about fixing or changing who you are but rather about how though creativity and curiosity you can increase your awareness of self and your surroundings and fully live your life.

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Loving Your Life: Testimonials

Your book is well written as a road map to live best life intuitively, creatively and healthy mind, and Very clear in bridging between eastern and western culture.
Wayan Karji, Bali artist and art educator

Living Your Life is a wise and practical guide to finding creative power in your everyday life. Elke Scholz writes with a lively and clear style that anyone can understand. Every word of it comes from the heart. I recommend her book to artists, therapists, and to anyone who wants to live an authentic, creative life.
Prof. Tom McLaughlin, Appalachian University, Boone, North Carolina

Stop anxiety with Drug Free Therapy.  We can do this!

“For years anxiety’ limited and thwarted my work and relationships.  For years I did not know what ‘it’ was.  I felt ‘anxiety’  as depression, panic attacks, procrastination, headaches, exhaustion and sometimes felt physically ill.  I have made it a passion to find out how I could change channels in my brain to manage anxiety and live to my fullest potential, live my dreams and thrive.  It was important to use methods that were approachable, simple, healthy, long lasting and successful.  In my book I share the gems that have shifted old thinking patterns of myself and that of my students. I am certain we can do this!”

What does art have to do with staying healthy, mentally?

Second Edition Loving Your Life by award winning author, Elke Scholz MA has everything to do with using art as a drug-free therapy to help youth and adults live life to the fullest as they navigate through life’s trials and tribulations, and maintain a clear and healthy mind, body and spirit.

A thin veneer stands between the half a million Canadians who missed work today and their struggle with mental health issues. When it cracks, researchers tell us one in four of us will experience a serious mental health issue in our lifetime. Suicide results in the deaths of 762 young people every year.

Elke has been helping people since 1980–inner city kids, teens and adults—people of all ages living through their darkest moments; for others, her therapy is a way to deal with stressful situations before feelings of hopelessness set in. Calm replaces turmoil, and fears and anxieties are replaced with a focus on creating images that can help individuals understand who they are and their surroundings, unblock their feelings and learn new ways to embrace change and live life to its fullest.

Most of Elke’s research is in attachment, trauma and loss using expressive arts. Her focus is on building the strengths of young people; she facilitates a youth grief and loss recovery program to help teens and their families cope with grief and trauma. In this program, she also mentors teen- and hospice- trained volunteers. Elke also assists youth-at-risk with creative living and learning to help them become engaged with attending class and gaining life skills.

Elke Scholz has her Masters in Expressive Art Therapy. She holds a postgraduate certificate in Expressive Arts with Fleming College and a diploma as an Expressive Arts Therapist from the private college ISIS Canada. Elke works with educators, social workers, doctors, corporations, organizations and groups. She has spent thirty years painting, art coaching and managing her successful art studio in Canada.

3 Responses to “Home”

  1. Jane Hoy

    remembering decades past – last century, as a youth reminded me….working with Elke. Time to reconnect.

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  2. Deborah Sutter

    Hi Elke
    I trust everyone there (including the chickens) is/are doing well.
    Thank you for the link. I’ll add it to my favourites and check it out later.
    Deb

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