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Join Amy as she combines therapeutic harp music, personal experiences, and a clear understanding of vibrational resonance in fresh and inspiring programs that expand perceptions of interpersonal relationships, self-care and creative expression. Participants experience how their energetic presence affects those around them and why it’s important to take care of themselves, especially as they interact others. Everyone walks away empowered with simple and effective ways to support themselves throughout their day. 

 

Whether you're scheduling a

Keynote,
1-2 hour seminar,
or break out session
 

participants gain insights that

 

expand perceptions

encourage personal responsibility

and inspire compassionate change

 

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Amy's SPEAKER SHEET

 

ARTIST STATEMENT and RESEARCH BACKGROUND

 

View Amy's full CV

 

 

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Contact me 
to schedule a live or virtual program

 

 

 

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The "Conscious Self-Care' program has been approved for
Contact Hours, CEUs and CPUs

Objectives & Agenda are listed on the
Conscious Self-Care Course page

Greater Kansas City Chapter of the American Society for Pain Management Nursing is approved as a provider of continuing nursing education by the Kansas State Board of Nursing.  This course offering is approved for 1.3 contact hours applicable for RN, LPN, or LMHT relicensure.  Kansas State Board of Nursing Provider Number: LT0279-0412 GKCC454. 

Greater Kansas City Chapter of the American Society for Pain Management Nursing is approved as a provider of continuing nursing education by the Kansas State Board of Nursing.  This course offering is approved for 2.7 contact hours applicable for RN, LPN, or LMHT relicensure.  Kansas State Board of Nursing Provider Number:LT0279-0412 GKCC453. 

The State Committee for Social Workers has approved this program for 1 and 2 contact hours for Social Workers through the organization Care Choice Care Management, Chesterfield, Missouri.

 

This program is cosponsored with The Center for Human Potential of America, Inc.  The Center for Human Potential of America, Inc. is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Center for Human Potential of America, Inc. maintains responsibility for this program and its content. This live course offering is approved for 1 & 2 CEs to psychologists and any mental health licensed person (i.e., clinical social worker, mental health counselor, marriage and family therapist) whose licensing board accepts APA sponsored programs. 

 

The National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) has approved this 1 hour live self-care program for 1 CE and 2 CE as a 2hr Distant Learning Webinar through the Approved Provider, Amy Camie. CE Provider number 100032 with an expiration date of January 30, 2023. 

 

The National Standards Board for Therapeutic Musicians (NSBTM) Accredited Programs have approved this course for 1 and 2 Continuing Professional Units and Continuing Education Units.

 

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A sampling of audience comments
 

"Enthusiasm topped the charts!
Brought up points I had never considered!"

~ Participant comment, Oncology Massage Healing Summit

 

"Thank you so much for your presentation yesterday!  I almost did not get out in time because people kept stopping me to tell me how much they enjoyed the program. I think you not only hit a home run, . . . you hit a grand slam!!"
~ Program Coordinator for USDA/NASS

"Very appropriate to helping give better nursing care. Very different than what I expected."

"Well done. Very interesting and a new way of thinking."

"Very enlightening. I understand more about sound, vibrations and how through music/sound our inner selves can be healed."

"Very good information that I will use in my interpersonal relationships in my personal and professional life. Thank You!"

"Very useful information-can apply to real life."

"Excellent presentation. I can apply this daily."

"Makes so much sense - thankful you made us conscious of this" :-)

"Good stuff, nuf said" :-)

"Such a wise message of self-care...one cannot pour from an empty cup. Everything is connected - love it! Totally enjoyed the info and actually better understand vibrational energy, which I am sensitive to."

 

"The pieces about harmony vs. meeting the other person where they are or trying to bring them to your frequency is SO RELEVANT to interpersonal relationships and social work in a professional setting. SO ENLIGHTENING - THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!"

"I loved hearing about the research associated with your music. Very powerful presentation. Thank you so much!"

"The breathing exercises you shared helped us all immediately.  All of the information you communicated regarding vibrational energy, importance/physics of words and thoughts, and tools for integrating the ideas you shared practically into our lives was invaluable.  I witnessed you connect with each woman so sweetly and I could feel some of the more complex information sink in almost effortlessly.  This is a gift of yours."

"So helpful and practical!  You have helped bring new insight and confirmation of our practices and values! Thank you a million!"

"I've often thought of some of these concepts, but thinking about them in terms of vibrations adds another dimension to them.  My concepts have expanded and have become enriched."

 
 

"You truly helped me to get into my 'being self'!  Something clicked where I saw a huge difference between my 'being' and 'doing' self.  The examples of alpha and beta waves and people's frequency truly explained people's state of minds and their comfort levels.  I appreciate the techniques you use for relaxing or releasing stress and I'm going to try to incorporate them in my life."

"You presented a side of emotion and feeling that I never would have thought about existing - you showed that humans can connect without words, which don't always do justice to what we feel."

 
 

"I learned many new theories about not only how music can effect one, but how to get in touch with myself using only myself."

"Very new information - very well presented."   "Wonderful, contemplative theories."

"As an engineer, we're taught these concepts.  I just never thought to apply them in this way."

"Such important concepts for self-care and helping others - thank you!"

"Too bad more clinical caregivers couldn't access this presentation.  It would be so helpful for our ill patients."

"Your presentation was beautiful – your positive energy is contagious and awe-inspiring. Thank God for the gift of you!  I heard from one of the participants from last evening, which is a first, about the enjoyment she received from last evenings presentation even though the construction caused grief, she was happy to have made it! This says a lot about you and your message. Thank you!

"You are beautiful and have reminded me that I am gifted and special.  So often I don't feel that.  Thank you!"

"I felt totally relaxed during your talk and the music.  I loved it.  Thanks so much!"

"Amy, very helpful to have the words to express the energy I feel.  Your energy and your words have helped me to grow.  Thank you."

"Amy, you have confirmed my life, my purpose.  I am stunned.  Will wait to see and experience more."

"So often when I care for myself I feel guilty and that was so true to hear about compassion in that light..."

 

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A Brief Background

My spiritual journey of self-discovery began in 1987
and continues each and every day.

In 1992 my relationship with music began to expand
as questions about how music heals emerged from within me.

Listening and trusting my intuition led to the
development of pilot study research with my music.

For over 20 years I've shared
Vibrational Awareness & The Healing Power of Music
presentations with local, regional and national audiences.

In December 2010, my first of two breast cancer diagnoses
gave me an unexpected excuse to slow down
and start taking care of myself instead of always caring for others
- this is when my personal "conscious self-care" journey began
and continues each and every day.

 

Now I bring together 40+ years of classical and therapeutic musical training,
expertise in vibrational resonance, decades of spiritual self-discovery,
and personal experiences as a cancer patient
into a fresh and expanded perspective of conscious self-care
that empowers others with ways to embrace the fullness of who they are
 - one intentional choice at a time.

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Program Insights


The fundamental concepts of resonance, sympathetic vibration, forced resonance and entrainment demonstrated in Amy's programs can benefit any group since these concepts impact all human beings, regardless of title, belief system, educational background, marital status, financial situation, etc. 

Understanding how resonance informs our choices helps improve our relationship with ourselves and with others. Below are insights gained for:

Medical Professionals 
*  why it's important to take care of yourself in order to better help your patients
*  how to center and calm yourself prior to entering a patient's room
*  how to stay in a caring space within yourself when talking with a family
*  how to develop a 
self-care routine around your daily schedule
*  how to find harmony and improve relations with co-workers
*  how changes within the medical environment could impact your quality of care

Business Professionals 
*  how personal perceptions can impact clients
*  how to center and calm yourself prior to entering a meeting
*  how to develop a 
self-care routine around your daily schedule
*  how to improve relations with co-workers and customers
*  how simple changes within the office environment can improve performance

Therapists, Social Workers and Psychologists 
*  how to center and calm yourself between each client
*  why it's important for to be aware of your energetic state
*  noticing "triggers" and how simple connections can be made to assist your clients
*  how changes within your office environment could impact your quality of care

Teachers and Education Providers 
*  how to center and calm yourself prior to entering a classroom
*  how to constructively interact with students who are disruptive
*  how to help your students relax and focus prior to taking tests
*  how to create and sustain feelings of cooperation and harmony within the classroom

Caregivers
*  why it's important for them to take care of yourself while caring for others
*  how to develop a self-care routine around your daily schedule

*  how to center and calm yourself within the moment
*  how to stay in a caring space within yourself when those you are caring for are irritated
*  how to take time for yourself throughout the day
*  how changes within your environment could impact your quality of care

Patients
*  why it's important to feel empowered during your healing process
*  how to center and calm yourself within the moment
*  how to stay true to what feels most supportive to you
*  how to listen deeply and develop a new way to communicate with your body
*  how changes within your environment could impact your quality of care

Parents 
*  how personal perceptions can impact family interactions
*  how to center and calm yourself when children are acting out
*  how to develop a self-care routine around your daily schedule
*  how to improve relations with your spouse and children
*  how simple changes within the home environment can improve relationships

Students of all ages 
*  ways to create a supportive study environment
*  ways to relax and calm down before tests and/or while studying
*  how and why it is important to become personally responsible for your emotional states
*  how to utilize a variety of techniques to help regain a sense of balance 
*  ways to create harmony within a group

 

Below is a sample list of organizations and groups who have enjoyed my presentations throughout the years:

Siteman Cancer Center - St. Louis, MO

United States Department of Agriculture - National Agricultural Statistics Service, St. Louis, MO

Barnes Jewish Hospital - 13th Annual Multidisciplinary Research Conference, St. Louis, MO

International Harp Therapy Conference - Richmond, VA

National Hospice and Palliative Care Conference - Indianapolis, IN

Maryville University, Music Therapy Department - St. Louis, MO

Alton Memorial Hospital Chaplains - Alton, IL

Dardene Presbyterian Church - O’Fallon, MO

Alton Memorial Hospital Nurses - Alton, IL

St. John’s Mercy Hospice - St. Louis, MO

Ladue Chapel Stephen Ministry - St. Louis, MO

Pathways to Wellness - Alton, IL

Gather the Women - St. Louis, MO

Clayton-Ladue Rotary Club - Ladue, MO

St. Anthony’s Wellness Center Cancer Survivor Dinner - Alton, IL

AMC Cancer Research, A Day of Caring - St. Louis, MO

St. Anthony’s Wholistic Health Fair - St. Louis, MO

Eliot Chapel Adult Speakers Series - Kirkwood, MO

Well Life Weekend – Together Support Group - Eureka, MO

Florissant Valley Music Appreciation Class - Florissant, MO

Volunteer Hospice Symposium - St. Louis, MO

AMC Cancer Research, Day of Caring - St. Louis, MO

A Gathering Place Massage Therapy School - St. Louis, MO

Wellness Community - St. Louis, MO

Lighthouse for the Blind - St. Louis, MO

Ethical Society – Adult Speakers Series - St. Louis, MO

St. John’s Mercy Medical Center, Cancer Luncheon - St. Louis, MO

St. Anthony’s Wholistic Expo - St. Louis, MO

Midwest Regional Conference on End of Life Care - Kansas City, MO

Great Shapes Health Club for Women - St. Louis, MO

Hospice Bereavement Coordinators Meeting - St. Louis, MO

Cancer Support Group, Medical West - St. Louis, MO

Society for Transplant Social Workers Conference - Salt Lake City, UT

Longenburger Horizon of Hope Luncheon - St. Louis, MO

University Club Women’s Luncheon - St. Louis, MO

St. Anthony’s Holistic Health Fair - St. Louis, MO

Missouri Baptist Grief Support Volunteer Training - St. Louis, MO

Lighthouse Hospice, Caring for the Caregivers -Cherry Hill, NJ

Women’s Sangha - St. Louis, MO

Contours Express Health Club for Women - St. Louis, MO

Women’s Connection Network - St. Louis, MO

Pastoral Care Retreat - St. Louis, MO

Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield Insurance - St. Louis, MO

Craig Elementary School - St. Louis, MO

Greater St. Louis Hospice Organization Chaplains - St. Louis, MO

Alton Community Service League  - Alton, IL

Aurora Health Care, West Allis Memorial Hospital - West Allis, WI

St. John’s Mercy Medical Center Oncology Nurses -St. Louis, MO

Heartland Hospice Legacy Program - St. Louis, MO

Spa for Your Soul Day - St. Louis, MO

Logan College of Chiropractic – Women’s Studies Class - St. Louis, MO

Missouri Baptist College Recital Hour for Music Majors - St. Louis, MO

Spirit Seeker Wholistic Expo - St. Louis, MO

St. John’s Mercy Medical Center Nurse Managers - St. Louis, MO

Alton Memorial Hospital Women’s Wellness Fair - Alton, IL

The Wellness Community of Greater St. Louis - St. Louis, MO

The Center for Spiritual Living - St. Louis, MO

Art from the Heart - St. Louis Science Center - St. Louis, MO

St. John's Mercy Medical Center-Infusion Unit Nurses - St. Louis, MO

The Women of Dardenne Presbyterian Church - St. Louis, MO

Greater St. Louis Hospice Organization Grief Conference - St. Louis, MO

St. Mary's Health Center Breast Cancer Support Group - St. Louis, MO

The Gatesworth Senior Living "Questers" Group - St. Louis, MO

Celebration for Cancer Survivors, DePaul Hospital - St. Louis,MO

St. Louis Science Center - Science Cafe - St. Louis, MO

Seeds of Hope-National Conference for Bereaved Parents - St. Louis, MO

St. John's Mercy Medical Center-Heart Hospital Nurses - St. Louis, MO

St. John's Mercy Medical Center Breast Support Group - St. Louis, MO

St. Anthony's Hospice House Staff - St. Louis,MO

St. John's Mercy Medical Center-Oncology Nurses - St. Louis, MO

Visitation Academy-Fine Arts Day - St. Louis, MO

Int'l Harp Therapy Program Prof. Dev. Conference - San Diego, CA

9th Annual Cancer Wellness Fair - St. Louis, MO

St. Louis University Honors Program Students - St. Louis, MO

Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and
Washington University School of Medicine - St. Louis, MO

A Touch of Health - Fair and Concert - Boonville, MO

Lake St. Charles Retirement Community -St. Louis, MO

Healing Sound Conference & Expo - Louisville, KY

St. Louis World Sacred Music Festival - St. Louis, MO

St. Martin's Episcopal Church-Health & Wellness Fair - Ellisville, MO

Wellbridge Athletic Club & Spa - Clayton - St. Louis, MO

First Presbyterian Church - Alton, IL

St. Martin's Episcopal Church Stephen Ministers - Ellisville, MO
 
The Family Center's "Women of Compassion" Tea - St. Louis, MO
 
Kirkwood Rotary - Kirkwood, MO
 
SSM St. Mary's Breast Cancer Support Group - St. Louis, MO
 
A Gathering Place Massage Therapy School - St. Louis, MO
 
Chamberlain College of Nursing - St. Louis, MO
 
Mehlville School Dist.-Beasley Elementary Fine Arts Day - St. Louis, MO
 
Irwin Chapel H.O.P.E. Luncheon for Widows/Widowers - Edwardsville, IL
 
St. Luke's Hospital-FOCUS Breast Cancer Support Group - St. Louis, MO
 
Cancer Survivors Celebration - DePaul Hospital - St. Louis, MO
 
Still Point Class - St. Louis, MO
 
The Center for Mind Body Spirit - St. Louis, MO
 
Healing Touch International-14th Annual Conference - St. Louis, MO
 
Unity Center of Columbia - Columbia, MO
 
St. Anthony's Medical Center-"Soul of a Woman Retreat":
The Path of Self-Expression - St. Louis, MO 
 
Congregation Shaare Emeth - Meditation Group - St. Louis, MO
 
2nd Annual Fall Conference of the Oncology Nursing Society,
St. Louis Chapter - St. Louis, MO
 
Life After Breast Cancer Support Group
SSM St. Joseph Medical Park Women's Center - St. Charles, MO
 
Gitana Productions "Conversations with World St. Louis" - St. Louis, MO 
 
Gateway Alliance Hospice Workshop - St. Louis, MO
 
Congregation Shaare Emeth - Explore Shabbat - St. Louis, MO
 
SSM Cancer Care Support Groups-St. Joseph Hospital W. - Lake Saint Louis, MO

Unity Church of Peace Spiritual Center - St. Louis, MO

Parkway String Camp - St. Louis, MO 

Multiple Sclerosis Wellness Network Teleconference Call - St. Louis, MO

St. Luke's Cancer Focus Group Holiday Event - St. Louis, MO

Jewish Family & Children's Services-In-Service for therapists - St. Louis, MO

Together Support Group - Siteman Cancer Center - St. Louis, MO

First Presbyterian Church -International Day of Peace Weekend - Alton, IL

Baker Chiropractice - St. Louis, MO

Alzheimer's Association & Memory Care Home Solutions - St. Louis, MO

Alton Memorial Hospital - Summer in the Garden - Alton, IL
 
SSM Cancer Care St. Mary's Health Center Celebration of Life Event - St. Louis, MO
 
Alton Community Service League - Alton, IL
 
Mercy Hospital's - An Evening of Hope - St. Louis, MO
 
Cheryl's Herbs - Healing Night - Maplewood, MO
 
SSM St. Clare Health Center - Celebration of Life Event - Fenton, MO
 
St. Anthony's Breast Cancer Support Group - St. Louis, MO
 
Redeemer Evangelical Church Women's Luncheon - St. Louis, MO
 
St. Anthony's Breast Cancer Support Group-Alton - Alton, IL
 
SSM DePaul Health Center - Celebration of Life Event - St. Louis, MO

SSM St Mary’s Breast Center - Girl’s Night Out - St. Louis, MO
 
Cancer Wellness Day Event Breakout Session - St. Louis, MO
 
F.R.E.S.H. Renewal Center - St. Louis, MO
 
Oncology Massage Healing Summit - Bloomington, MN
 
St. Martha's Hall - Shelter Care for Abused Women - St. Louis, MO

 

Some fun testimonials from Music Therapy Students: 

VERY INTERESTING. VERY TRUE. I FEEL THE PRESENCE OF ENERGY WHEN I TEACH GUITAR EVERYDAY. EVERY STUDENT IS DIFFERENT.

THE HARP PLAYING WAS FREAKIN SWEET.

I REALLY ENJOYED HER. SHE WAS VERY UPBEAT, ENERGETIC, AND HAD VERY INTERESTING THINGS TO SAY.

GOOD PRESENTER

I LOVED LEARNING ABOUT VIBRATIONS

AMY IS A VERY GIFTED MUSICIAN – AND I WAS COMPLETELY FASCINATED AND CAN RELATE TO WHAT SHE IS DOING.

AMY IS DEFINITELY AN INNOVATOR AND PIONEER. VERY INTELLIGENT!

I LEARNED A LOT AND I LIKED HER A LOT. SHE IS EXTREMELY GIFTED! LOVED HER!

INTERESTING. WORTH A LOT OF THOUGHT. (THIS IS FROM A STUDENT WHO NEVER SAYS MUCH AND DEFINITELY NOT POSITIVE THINGS.)

VERY INFORMATIVE. SHE MADE SOME GREAT POINTS CONCERNING MUSIC AND VIBRATIONS. INTERESTING STUDY RESULTS.

AMAZING STAND POINT AND POSITION CONCERNING THE HEALING POWERS OF MUSIC

THIS WAS AMAZING AND REALLY MAKES SENSE

I REALLY ENJOYED THE PRESENTER. SHE HAD SUCH A GREAT ENERGY AND MADE THE MATERIAL FUN TO LEARN ABOUT.

VERY BEAUTIFUL, MAKES ME WANT TO LEARN TO PLAY THE HARP, INTERESTING TOPIC.

SHE HAS A LOVE FOR WHAT SHE DOES AND EVEN THOUGH SHE’S NOT A MT, SHE HAS GOOD INFO FOR WHAT WE NEED.

GREAT INFO – REINFORCED A LOT OF WHAT I LEARNED LAST SEMESTER

PRESENTATION WAS INTERESTING, DEFINITELY A NEW WAY OF THINKING ABOUT THE EFFECTS OF MUSIC.

VERY INFORMATIVE AND ENGAGING. AMY CAPTURED MY ATTENTION FROM THE START – GREAT SPEAKER! BEAUTIFUL TALENT – IT’S SO GREAT ALL THAT SHE HAS ACCOMPLISHED.

SHE WAS AWESOME

I FOUND IT INTERESTING – MADE ME THINK ABOUT WHEN I AM A THERAPIST I NEED TO KEEP A POSITIVE ATTITUDE TO BETTER HELP CLIENTS.

I WANT TO PLAY THE HARP!!!!!!!! THIS WAS THE BEST SEMINAR YET!

SHE’S AWESOME AND EDUCATED AND EASY TO ENGAGE WITH AND UNDERSTAND. VERY ENERGETIC.