Mångata is a Swedish word, best translated to describe the path-like reflection the moon makes on the water. Mångata services was founded by Denise Wolf to guide clients along the often challenging passageway through life. Denise incorporates aspects of evidence based practices, mindfulness, and art therapy in her work with individuals, groups, and families.
January 29th, 2022. 9:30am – 12:30pm ESt The paradox of trauma is that it has both the power to destroy and the power to transform and resurrect Peter A. Levine This workshop will provide participants 3 CE hours approved by the NBCC. Utilizing both didactic learning and experiential activities, participants will learn to develop sensory … Continue reading Live Webcast: Trauma, Neurobiology, and sensory interventions.
Pro tip: Wrap empty boxes and set them under the tree. If your family engages in irritating behaviors, throw a “present” in the fire! Just kidding. Many of us experience holiday stress. Along with the joys of giving and seeing friends and family are the stressors of travel, social interactions, and potential triggers and hot … Continue reading Holiday Stress?
Invited Lecture: Art at Noon Delaplaine Arts Center Art therapists are primed with the knowledge of how the aesthetic experience of both viewing and creating art creates psychological and physiological change that supports emotional integration, catharsis, and resilience. Denise Wolf, credentialed and licensed art therapist, identifies the function of catharsis in both the viewing and … Continue reading Art at noon: art therapy and catharsis
Episode 61: Inside the World of Our Adolescents with Lynn Langan and Denise Wolf On this week’s episode of Light After Trauma, we welcome back our good friend, Denise R. Wolf MA, ATR-BC, ATCS, LPC along with our brand new guest, author Lynn Langan. Alyssa, Denise, and Lynn are passionate about helping adolescents and use … Continue reading CHECK OUT THIS PODCAST DISCUSSION!