Arts in the Valley, Sat., May 5 (8 PM), Sun., May 6 (2 PM), 2012, 1480 KYOS AM, Merced, CA

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Tune into Arts in the Valley on Saturday, May 5th at 8 pm, and Sunday, May 6th at 2 pm as Arts in the Valley host Kim McMillon interviews professional healer Debra Lloyd, and psychoanalyst and author Susan Kolodny.

To listen to author and healer Debra Lloyd click onto link:  debra lloyd

Deb Lloyd is compassionate, a wise old soul, an authentic professional. She loves this life on earth,
although it’s often been challenging. Experiencing polio as a toddler, she always knew what it
felt like to be different. For over 20 years, she has shared her compassionate wisdom with many
clients in her counseling career as a psychotherapist/clinical social worker. Currently, she works
as a hospice social worker, bringing peaceful solace to her grieving patients and families.

Deb experienced her first Reiki session over 10 years ago, as a client, to decrease the fatigue
resulting from post-polio syndrome. She felt the fatigue lift during the session, never
experiencing that same level again. Within a few months, she and her husband attended their
first Reiki training. Using Reiki daily, along with other alternative modalities, led to more
physical improvements, as well as emotional and spiritual healing.

Deb knew she had to bring Reiki energy to others, in both individual work with clients and
training others to use Reiki. She has attained the Reiki Master level in both the Usui and Karuna
 traditions. She has also been certified as a holistic practitioner, expanding her knowledge in
other energy healing methods. Her spiritual growth has enabled her to develop, and trust, an
intuitive ability to feel clients’ energies and acquire messages for them from the spiritual realm. http://www.deblloydhealing.com

 

To listen to psychoanalyst Susan Kolodny, click onto the link:susan kolody

Susan Kolodny is the author of two books: a collection of poems, After the Firestorm, (Mayapple Press, 2011) and a work of prose nonfiction, The Captive Muse: On Creativity and Its Inhibition (PsychoSocial Press, 2000). She is a psychoanalyst in practice in Oakland where she specializes in work with artists and writers, is on the faculty of the San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis, where she founded and chairs a program called Poetry & Psychoanalysis, and is a Personal Analyst for The Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California. She has taught psychoanalytic writing and theory, and has taught and lectured widely on creativity and what gets in its way.

Her poems appear in a number of journals including New England Review, Beloit Poetry Journal, Marlboro Review, and River Styx, and in a several poetry anthologies, most recently The Place That Inhabits Us (Sixteen Rivers Press, 2010).  Dr. Kolodny has authored papers and reviews and coauthored papers which appeared in AWP Chronicle, Fort Da: Journal of the Northern California Society for Psychoanalystic Psychotherapy, International Journal of Psychoanalysis, Journal of the AmericanPsychoanalytic Society, and the Journal of Suicide and Life Threatening Behaviors.  http://susankolodny.com

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