This profile was published as part of Gandhi’s Be Magazine’s #ProfilesofChangemakers series, uplifting the stories, lives, and work of Changemakers who are being the change they wish to see in the world.
Dr. Amelia Kemp is the author of “From Psychotherapy to Sacretherapy® – Alternative Holistic Descriptions & Healing Processes for 170 Mental & Emotional Diagnoses Worldwide!” and she serves as CEO of The Sacretherapy® Institute. She coined the term Sacretherapy® because she believes our lives were created of a sacred matter that manifests into the details of each individual life at the level of thought and she wanted to move away from the word “disorder” and offer new meaning that could offer new hope and new relief by describing life experiences in holistic terms. As a practicing psychotherapist, Amelia seeks to help her clients realign with their most sacred selves by releasing conditioning, memes and language that holds people back in their life journeys and re-instilling hope and belief in the promise that the quality of life they seek is possible, and that it is not too late to realign with the divine, regardless if they are rich or poor, famous or unknown. As an artist, Amelia also writes psychodramas and performs as Dr. K’s Music Therapy where she Co-Founded UR2.Global, aa psycho-spiritual arts project created to uplift the self-esteem of humanity receiving over 400,000 media impressions worldwide. She is also a Gandhi’s Be Magazine “Artist For Peace.” Recent featured songs include “If It’s My Last,” dedicated to the world’s hospice organizations and “Bosom Buddies” raising awareness for breast cancer.
Amelia says, “We would be wise to not judge each other so swiftly and understand that to live Gandhi’s wisdom to ‘Be the change we wish to see’ means embracing the transformational awareness of who we see ourselves being in the first place and shifting our own inner thoughts in alignment. So as we move forward with our desire for ‘social change’ may we begin creating new life with a new thought that is in alignment with peace, equality, and love for all of mankind.”
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