The mission of Angelfish Creations is to serve as a support resource for the community by providing tools, knowledge of networks, and education which awakens the human spirit toward health and wholeness on a personal and collective level. We are interested in assisting others in living fully, consciously and creatively.
The Flying Fish Blog
The Flying Fish Blog, is intended to help you identify with the trials and triumphs of life, and includes information, tools and resources filled with creativity and inspiration to help you in your own journey towards conscious living. Each week we explore a different topic as it relates to living a conscious life filled with creative passion and purpose. If you are interested in contributing to the Flying Fish Blog, we would love to talk with you about this opportunity. Please contact us at email@example.com.
Mary How, MA, ATR-BC
Mary is the founder of Angelfish Creations. She began Angelfish Creations in 2009 with the intention of providing resources and information for people wanting to learn how to live more consciously and in touch with our soul’s purpose.
Mary is a nationally registered and board certified art therapist with over 15 years of experience. She specializes in using art and therapy techniques to teach mindfulness including treating survivors of trauma and people living with mental illness. She received a bachelor’s degree in art and psychology from Columbia College and a master’s degree in Art Therapy from the Vermont College at Norwich University.
As an artist Mary practices regular meditation by creating mandalas (circle drawings) and Mandala Blessings. Mary’s art is available for purchase at Trinity Catherdral Bookstore and KD’s TreeHouse in Columbia, SC, and Camp Kanuga in Hendersonville, NC.
You can follow her and the Flying Fish Blog on twitter @MaryHow1
Carrie is a graduate of Sewanee School of Theology’s Education for Ministry program. She is also a writer, and has 15 year’s experience as a bookseller working with authors, publishers and books.
Believing that inner work is essential to the soul’s journey, Carrie is passionate about bringing dream work, creativity, and theological education into the lives of others. She believes that books and good mentors open doors to spiritual growth and she feels that her purpose is to help people understand, develop and live honoring the Spirit within themselves as well as others.
Elizabeth Dukes, LPC, ATR-BC
Elizabeth is a nationally registered and board certified art therapist. She has worked extensively as a therapist serving children and their families in South Carolina including work in community mental health and with children and families affected by childhood trauma and abuse.
Elizabeth has a private practice working with Midlands Psychiatric and TMS Center of Columbia.
Elizabeth works with Angelfish Creations to develop and facilitate programs teaching mindfulness and meditation practices to children and families. Additionally, she creates Mandala Blessings to commemorate special occasions and events.
You can follow Elizabeth on twitter @OneDayMama.