INVERCARGILL, New Zealand (PRWEB)
June 20, 2017
Inspired to help others after finding peace, Fleur Beaufort wrote “Recovery through Creativity: Overcoming Superhero Syndrome” (published by Balboa Press AU), which focuses on the journey of a young woman who experiences abuse at 14.
“Many people today are affected by adversity, trauma and abuse,” Beaufort says. “This book helps people to become aware of the affects of these things on our lives and those around us, and offers information and ideas to support people who want to seek healing. It will also be useful to those who are helping and supporting abuse victims.”
Told from her perspective as a 54-year-old woman, Beaufort’s “Recovery through Creativity” shares her story of how creativity and self-expression through the arts helped her heal from the abuse, post-traumatic stress and depression she suffered. Beaufort also includes some poetry with her story as well as offering information and ideas to support people who want to seek healing.
“Recovery through Creativity”
By Fleur Beaufort
Softcover | 5 x 8 in | 118 pages | ISBN 9781504308120
E-Book | 118 pages | ISBN 9781504308137
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Fleur Beaufort is a composer, music educator and writer. She believes that if her work leaves an impression or touches others, then she’s been successful. She graduated at age 50 with a Bachelor of Arts from Massey University and earned a post graduate diploma in arts from Otago University. She lives in Invercargill, New Zealand, and enjoys spending time outdoors with her husband. She began The Innocence Project, a multi-media production to share her journey of recovery. Beaufort also wrote “The Business of Music – How to Teach Piano Ebook.” More information is available at: