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Introducing a ground-breaking new book by Mari Grande: 

Overcoming the Mother Wound: A Transformative Journey of Healing and Empowerment

This book is your compassionate guide in the profound journey of self-discovery and healing. Follow a well-tested method that delicately navigates the depths of your emotions, experiences, and beliefs with empathy and support.

Through carefully designed exercises and prompts, you'll embark on a unique journey to uncover and appreciate parts of yourself that may have remained unexplored.

Central to this journey is using art and creative prompts as tools for self-knowledge and discovery. Whether you are an artist or enjoy artistry, this book invites you to connect with the transmutative forces of creativity for self-expression and healing.

Filled with practical and embodied practices, this book provides a versatile toolkit for insights, exercises, and support as you navigate the intricate terrain of the Mother Wound.

These practices can be done on your own, with the guidance of a therapist or coach, or as a supplement to the online Overcoming the Mother Wound eCourse and Membership Community. 

Whether used independently or with professional guidance, this book will complement many avenues of healing and seamlessly integrate into your personal growth journey.

This book opens the gates for healing, self-discovery, and creative expression. "Overcoming the Mother Wound: A Transformative Journey of Healing and Empowerment" is not just a book; it is a guide, a companion, and a catalyst for your path towards profound emotional liberation and holistic well-being.

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Meet the Author, Mari Grande

Mari Grande is a licensed Creative Arts Therapist and Clinical Social Worker in private practice, where she sees individuals and groups online. Originally from California, she now lives and works in New York.

Her specialty is helping her clients work through overwhelming circumstances to understand themselves and their relationships better. She is a Registered, Board-Certified Art Therapist, Psychoanalyst, EMDR Therapist and Consultant, Hypnotherapist, and Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (SEP). Mari is on the Institute for Expressive Analysis (IEA) faculty, former Director of Admissions at IEA, and former Director of Advisement at the National Institute for the Psychotherapies (NIP) Executive Committee of the Integrative Trauma Program. Her area of expertise is using creativity to heal relational trauma. Mari also offers courses and workshops online to heal trauma through creativity and embodiment in the role of Teacher and Coach.