Getting in Tune Healed Her Wounds
June 18, 2021
Hosted by Marc Azoulay
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Music is the gateway to the soul. It can help us to find words for emotions that we didn't even know that we had. It can unlock and solidify memories. Music has been with humanity across time and cultures for all of recorded history and, it is just as powerful now as it was then. As a biracial and bireligious child, Marlys struggled to find her place. She felt stretched between two worlds. On the surface she appeared happy-go-lucky and put together, but inside she was lonely and afraid. Music helped her to find the words for her internal experience and to start to find her voice as a performer and a therapist. She now shares this gift with her clients. Tune in to this episode of From the Ashes as we hear how Marlys found her rhythm and got in tune.
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Marc Azoulay is an industry leader in psychotherapy and men's mental health; he's helped countless guys get back on their feet, deepen their relationships, and excel in their lives. Now, he's taken all that he has learned and is sharing it with you! In each episode Marc will interview an expert in the field of masculinity and men's work. We'll cover topics such as emotional intelligence, masculine identity, anger management, financial health, trauma recovery, marriage and divorce, ethics, and spirituality. Tune in and become a better man.
Marc is a psychotherapist and organizational developer in Boulder, Colorado. He has created, operated and sold businesses in the mental health, online retail and education industries for over five years. He helps clients that have a harmful relationship to their inherent aggression or who are stuck in the pain of their repetition compulsions. Many of his clients struggle with addiction, anxiety and self-sabotage. Marc helps people uncover and destroy the unconscious barriers that cripple them by using a blend of Modern Psychoanalytic and Contemplative Psychotherapy. Marc also consults with non-profits, start-up companies and mental health agencies around organizational development, culture and marketing. His style can best be described as irreverent with surprising moments of profound depth.
Marc holds a variety of distinctions. He is the Past-President of the Four Corners Group Psychotherapy Society, Member-at-Large for the AGPA Affiliate Societies Assembly, Member and Presenter of the American Group Psychotherapy Association, Member of the Organizational Development Network, Member of the Colorado Society of Association Executives and Member of the Colorado Counseling Association.