Attorney Stephen Silverman said of the new title, "More than a beautifully written book, Wild Ideas is a toolkit for anyone wanting to work and think outside the box—it's not just for artists. The author's insights inspired me to expand the limits of my conventional thinking about an important case so I could develop an innovative strategy on behalf of a client;" while political consultant Guy Connor disclosed, "Reading this brave, insightful book was a life-changing experience for me. I now understand that my deepest secrets, secrets I used to hide, can be a source of creative power."
As a pioneering somatic (holistic) counselor, Wild has spent 30 years cultivating and refining innovative approaches to the creative process both for individual clients in the greater San Francisco region and previously for corporate clients as well including Wells Fargo, Pacific Bell, and Pacific Gas & Electric. Guiding the reader in and through the seven stages of the creative process, Wild Ideas also interweaves the author's own deeply personal story with insights gleaned from her many years counseling clients. She's based in Sonoma County, the heart of Northern California's "wine country," where she founded Body-Centered Healing—a dynamic, experiential process which supports clients on an introspective journey designed to serve as a catalyst for profound personal transformation. Learn more: www.CathyWild.com
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