On this episode of our podcast, Kat and TJ Walsh discuss the idea of "the gap."
TJ shares his philosophy on what causes artists to feel stressed, inadequate, and behind on their work as well as the cure for these experiences.
TJ shares his thoughts on the three gaps of creativity:
About TJ Walsh
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and Psychotherapist, Educator, Painter, and Curator. Prior to receiving my M.A. in Clinical Counseling Psychology from Eastern University in Saint Davids, PA, I received my BFA in Graphic Design from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. For a decade I worked in the field of marketing, brand management and design for non-profit organizations in New York City and Philadelphia. Following that time, I spent another five years in Higher Education Administration as both a development officer and as a student affairs officer.
I have extensive experience working with young adults (individuals and couples) and university students. I have particular experience working with professional artists, performers and other creatives. I also have expertise working with high profile/VIP individuals and go to great lengths to mitigate any exposure.
I usually work with young couples who are struggling to connect with one another and individuals who find themselves stuck in place.
Originally trained psychodynamically, I have since obtained or am working toward certification in Emotionally Focused Therapy, as well as Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). My primary focus is to build a strong, therapeutic alliance and to instill hope in you so that you may live a life worth living.”