Bonnie Miller: Embracing Impermanence


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Bonnie moved around a lot as a child, and pretty quickly had to get used to being the new kid on the scene. She talks about having a mom who partnered with women, and the implications that had on child protection in the 1960s. Bonnie reflects on her identity as an accomplished artist, the impermanence of things, and how ethical non-monogamy has come to play a meaningful role in her life.Bonnie teaches at The Hincks-Dellcrest Centre in Toronto and has a busy private practice. You can contact her through her website an artist, Bonnie incorporates techniques that reflect the changing narratives that occur with the manipulation of memory and imagery. Her work can be seen at you have comments or feedback for the show, I'd love to hear from you! If you're a therapist and interested in being a guest on the show, I'd love to hear from you too. Contact me at Maybe something you write can be featured on an upcoming episode.For behind-the-scenes goodies, visit if you live in/around the Halton area and have concerns about yourself, your child, or a loved one, please feel free to visit my website and drop me a line.Finally, if you enjoyed this episode, please take a moment to rate us and leave a review at Apple Podcast, or share this episode with a friend. Your support helps us build community and attract new listeners to the show.Together let's continue to help shift mental health stigma!