Amy Oestreicher. From Gutless To Grateful
Amy Oestreicher has returned!
As you may recall, Amy joined me back on episode 267 of Trauma Therapist | 2.0. She is an Audie award-nominated playwright, performer, and multidisciplinary creator. A singer, librettist, and visual mixed media artist, Amy dedicates her work to celebrating everyday miracles, untold stories, and the detours in life that can spark connection and transform communities.
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Amy overcame a decade of trauma to become a sought-after PTSD specialist, artist, author, writer for The Huffington Post, international keynote speaker, RAINN representative, and health advocate.
She has given three TEDx Talks on transforming trauma through creativity, and her story has appeared on NBC’s Today, CBS, Cosmopolitan, Seventeen Magazine, The Washington Post, Good Housekeeping, and MSNBC, among others.
Amy’s book is out, My Beautiful Detour: An Unthinkable Journey from Gutless to Grateful, and today we talk about the genesis of the book and dive into her journey.
You don’t want to miss this one!
In This Episode
- Amy’s Website
- Amy’s new book: My Beautiful Detour: An Unthinkable Journey from Gutless to Grateful
- Connect with Amy on Facebook
- The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma, Bessel van der Kolk
- Waking The Tiger: Healing Trauma, Peter A. Levine.
- The Overstory, Richard Powers