Finding Inner Harmony: Navigating Spirituality in Psychotherapy & The Healing Effects of Classical Music

Join Better Way Live hosts Christof Plothe, DO and Linda Rae as we explore inner harmony and how to navigate spirituality in psychotherapy with Georgi Y Johnson and Amy Ward, and learn about the healing effects of classical music with musician Stephen Lyman.

Spirituality in Psychotherapy with Georgi Y Johnson & Amy Ward

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About Georgi Y Johnson

  • Georgi Johnson is a mentor, energy healer and spiritual psychologist who works with people individually and in groups online and in person.
  • She has authored several books including Nondual Therapy: The Psychology of Awakening.
  • She is a pioneer of a detailed system that works experientially with the qualities of true nature such as love, peace and freedom as powerful, holistic healing agents. British born, she is the mother of seven children and presently lives in Israel.

About Amy Ward

  • Amy Ward is a Nondual Psychotherapist and mentor working privately following ten years practicing as a Psychologist with NHS CAMHS in Scotland.
  • Amy recognises healing and creating as synonomous and enjoys exploring the status quo in mental health care in relation to notions of ‘normal functioning’, ‘disorganised’, ‘dysfunctional’, and ‘complex trauma’, within societal and spiritual frameworks, and common dialogue.
  • She is also well versed in Permaculture Design and is passionate about healing, neuronal repatterning, and awakening to True Nature through direct experiencing and perception of the wider living natural world.

Exploring the Healing Effects of Classical Music with Stephen Lyman

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About Stephen Lyman

  • Stephen Lyman was engaged at l’hôpital Pitié-Salpêtrière in Paris at the psychiatric hospital for children and adolescents from October 2015 until the Covid-19 vaccination obligation was imposed. He engaged with these individuals in weekly intervals, occasionally twice weekly, in what he describes as ‘interventions’ as opposed to therapy.
  • The experiences of Stephen’s life as a performing musician, in all that had led to his engagement at the hospital, and the subsequent years of these engagements following, has profoundly changed him, both as a musician and as a person, and continues to, in his life as a musician in specific ways, that is : that ‘music’ (particularly and especially as a healing medium) is a ‘living’ event shared between two or more present individuals.

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