Every Damn Day – Amy Wilinski-Lyman – How Play Therapy can Help Children with Depression
Hey everyone it’s Jerry Norris at The Fledge, welcome to another episode of Every Damn Day and today i’ve got our new friend Amy on the show and we’re gonna talk about playing.
Hi, how are you doing Amy?
I am doing great I’m ready to play
You are ready to play already.
All right so let’s go let’s start out with tell us something about you we don’t really know you yet and we we’re looking forward to our relationship and let’s get to know you a little bit
Let’s see, “I am a Scorpio, I enjoy a long walks on the beach,” ha ha! Yeah um I have three wonderful children who’d be so embarrassed that I said that I have two boys who are in high school they are a junior and a sophomore in Waverly and i have a 10 year old daughter who’s also in Waverly
Amy Wilinski-Lyman lives in Michigan with her three awesome children: Zach, Drew, and Kendall; and her big fluffy orange cat, Marshall. Lucky G and the Melancholy Quokka is her second book. The first, Lucky G and the Sunbeam Girl, was published in 2019. Amy became a mental health warrior in 2016 after she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Through her books and online presence (www.facebook.com/luckygbookseries), she wants to show parents and children living with mental illness that there is hope. A good treatment plan can be game changing. A fantastic support system is also extremely helpful. Amy credits her family’s love, encouragement, and patience with helping her to reach her goals. Readers can email the author at firstname.lastname@example.org.