Flower Impact Therapy is all about Flower Power & Positive Emotional Health!
Flowers have an enormous impact on our emotional health and wellbeing! Based on a ten month study at Rutgers State University it has been found that flowers make us happier and have many positive effects on people’s emotional wellbeing.
Nature has provided a natural way to improve our mood…. and it's flowers. In the study conducted at Rutgers State University flowers were found to have a significant impact on moods. Participants of the study reported to feeling less anxiety and depression and more enjoyment out of life. The study also found that flowers can have a positive impact on older people with memory, and encourage social networking for people of all ages. Another study at Harvard University showed that humans experience less depression, anxiety, and worry when cut flowers are added to work and living spaces. Texas A. & M. University also did a study on the positive effects of flowers and found a link to improvement of cognitive skills and greater creativity.
We now know more about flower power than we previously did and the impact is great! Flowers are definitely an emotional “inducer”! Flower Impact Therapy will offer ideas on how to bring this powerful mood enhancer that is readily available to your personal life.
Learn "Flower Impact Therapy" and Enhance Your Life Today! Michelle Trousseau is an art therapist and artist who has created "Flower Impact Therapy". This is a therapy anyone can use on themselves or loved ones. It is a positive, gentle, natural, healing, and creative therapy that helps people live healthier and happier lives!
Let Michelle Trousseau teach you how to bring daily "Flower Therapy" sessions into your life. Let her teach you flower therapy techniques and flower therapy activities that make everyday life a little bit more magical! For over twelve years Michelle has worked as a therapist using art therapy as her primary theraputic tool. With "Flower Impact Therapy" Michelle has combined art therapy, art, creativity, flowers, and nature. Using this therapy on herself, and then others she has helped many people find ways to make their life better!
Michelle Trousseau is a licensed professional counselor and has a doctorate degree in Counseling Psychology. She has been trained in art therapy, sand tray therapy, play therapy, and grief therapy. She has written over ten books on art therapy, play therapy, sand tray therapy, creative therapy, school counseling, and children's books. Her resume includes work as a college professor to graduate counseling students, private practice, teacher, school counselor, and artist.