Lane Gardner in the Media
Art heals. Songwriting is a form of therapy, and music can help diminish some of the most traumatic events. These are more than mantras for singer-songwriter Lane Gardner, who wholeheartedly believes music is the driving impetus of THREAD, which she founded along with her husband, Pete Kalvert, also a singer and songwriter and arts educator.
What if we could turn our trauma into something beautiful? That's the question Lane Gardner explores in her recent talk at TEDx Boston as she makes the case for using creative expression as an innovative and accessible solution to our rising mental health crisis.
Lane joins Ana to discuss why creativity is our superpower and how it helps us become more innovative, courageous, and authentic. She explains why creative expression is not limited to traditional arts such as music or painting and outlines how creativity is beneficial to our well-being.
DR. ZIPPY ABLA
Visionary leader Dr. Zippy interviews Lane Gardner on how to discover practical ways to seamlessly infuse creative practices into busy routines and enhance mental health. Check out this interview if you want to embrace creativity even if it feels unfamiliar, and strike a balance between ambition and self-care.
THE PURPLE BUTTERFLY PODCAST
In this week’s episode of The Purple Butterfly Podcast, we’re joined by an artist and coach, Lane Gardner who talks about the importance of tapping into your creative side as a medium to heal and improve your mental health. This episode is full of golden wisdom nuggets that will encourage you to take action and embark on your journey of finding and embracing your creative expression.
COURAGE TO LEAP AND LEAD PODCAST
Part 2 of a 3 part series, Lane joins CB Bowman of Courage to Leap and Lead Podcast. Discussing everything from the power of sharing your story to how THREAD’s programs work to courage and creativity…with a good dose fun and laughter too!
THE VIRTUAL CAMPFIRE
Everyone has trauma that needs to be healed. One way of healing is by using the power of art. It can be anything from writing to acting. You just need to find what medium fits you so that you can start your healing process. For the founder of THREAD, Lane Gardner, music was her medium so she became a songwriter. She heals people's trauma with her music. That is her creative voice that gives her the ability to connect with people. Join your host Tony Martignetti as he sits down with Lane to talk about trauma, music, and much more. Find your creative voice today!
COFFEE AND INTERVIEW PODCAST
Dr. Jaqueline Pena, host of the Coffee and an Interview Podcast and Lane Gardner discuss how creative expression can be used as an everyday tool for mental health support and connection.
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