Searching for SHE

In the Poet-Tree of Life

by Michelle Bee LMFT

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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 5/25/2018

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 140
ISBN : 9781504343725
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 140
ISBN : 9781504343749
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 140
ISBN : 9781504343732

About the Book

Fear vs. Love fear blocks, Love Flows f ear assumes, Love Knows fear denies, Love Grows fear is controlled, Love is Free fear is You, Love is SHE. Poet and therapist Michelle Bee takes you on a journey from struggle to surrender. Searching for SHE (Soul’s Highest Expression), offers an inside look at the poetic process as a tool for transmuting anger, worry, doubt, and fear into LOVE. This book explores human obstacles that block the natural flow of love. SHE is love. Love is all there is.

About the Author

Michelle Bee is a licensed psychotherapist, poet and the developer of Systems of Ease. Over the past decade, Michelle has been passionately providing mental health and co-occurring treatment for youth and adult programs. She has been recognized as a leading visionary within her community and a dynamic practitioner of the healing arts. Now her focus is on helping therapists and healers enhance their intuition and therapeutic skills through supervision, workshops and the Systems of Ease program. Michelle’s educational background includes evidence-based research in mental health and chemical dependency. She has special training and experience in the following areas of psychology: energy, spiritual, community, positive, and motivational. Michelle is an active board member of the National Association of Poetry Therapy (NAPT). She is also an active member of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT) and serves as Chair of the Los Angeles CAMFT Expressive Arts Committee. Michelle has been published in the Museletter, the official NAPT newsletter, and the Los Angeles CAMFT newsletter supporting expressive arts in therapy. Michelle has been a presenter at the Los Angeles Expressive Arts Summit and the Finding Strengths in Differences Conference. She currently practices in the Los Angeles area, providing therapy, coaching, and group classes on poetry, mindfulness, movement, and other empowering modalities. The focus of her practice is to create space for transformational expansion. She also offers programs and courses for therapists looking to develop Systems of Ease within their practice. In Searching for SHE, Michelle shares her personal walk as a multi-ethnic female. She states, “Poetry was my gateway into personal exploration and healing. Many of my poems express my journey through the lens of my ethnicity and gender. Being a multi-ethnic female has been a cornerstone of my life lessons. It has taught me that accepting who you are is about acknowledging and accepting all of your parts, including the heartaches and despair, to become a whole person.” For more information about Michelle Bee and her practice, please visit