Episode 2: How to Regulate Emotions and Maintain Perspective Onstage and in Life with Therapist Nicole Brogdon, LPC
- Jun 16 2021
- Length: 1 hr and 7 mins
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Drawing on the concepts presented in Matt’s book, Hooks: Lessons on Performance, Business, and Life from a Working Musician, Nicole Brogdon (MAC,LPC,LMFT) joins Matt to discuss:
• How to regulate emotions onstage and within relationships,
• How to maintain perspective during significant changes and moments,
• How to apply a process-oriented approach to performance and life.
Nicole Brogdon is a licensed professional counselor in Austin, TX. She treats professional musicians through the Sims Foundation, which provides low-cost therapy for local music industry professionals. Nicole works with those facing anxiety, depression, trauma, and assimilation issues and is particularly interested in creativity. Early mornings, she writes —and occasionally publishes— stories and poems. Supportive of strugglers and artists everywhere, Nicole feels that her calling is” to help you tell your story!”
Matt Wilson gained national exposure as the “Piano Man” in the First National Tour of the Billy Joel and Twyla Tharp’s Tony-award-winning musical Movin’ Out. In 2005, the Texas State Senate honored Matt with a resolution for his achievements in Fine Arts, and he was accepted to the 2016 - 2018 Texas Commission on the Arts Touring Roster. Matt continues to tour with his band, headlining numerous public, private, and social events of all sizes.
In 2021, Matt released his first book, Hooks: Lessons on Performance, Business, and Life from a Working Musician, available on Amazon and iBooks.
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