Self-Unification and Self-Acceptance: A Bridge to Peace

HOPE-Website-Icon-01HOPE Series Session
Explore how self-acceptance can be a bridge to seeing and experiencing peace—both in our communities and in our individual lives. We will identify hidden, unconscious patterns and dismantle false belief systems that perpetuate negative cycles in our lives and the world.

Utilizing evidence-based music psychotherapy and mindfulness practices, such as guided meditation and vocal toning, the workshop will explore creative ways to channel emotions like rage and grief as well as to discover how our unique gifts and talents can enact powerful, sustainable change in our community.


Friday, January 20, 2023


Noon to 1:30 pm Pacific Time (PT)




Stacie Aamon Yeldell, MA, MTBC, AVPT


This is an online program through Zoom. A welcome email, which includes the link to join the program, will be sent to you three days before the program date. If you register after the three-day mark, we will send out an additional email with the link 24-hours before the program start time. If you register after the 24-hour mark, the program link will be updated here.

additional information:

Stacie Aamon Yeldell, MA, MTBC, AVPT is an award-winning vocalist, speaker, and music psychotherapist with over 15 years of experience in mental health treatment. As the founder of Amöntra, a consulting company based in California, she has facilitated a range of therapeutic mindfulness practices for individuals and organizations, including The Grammy Foundation, The Riveter, GoogleArts and Culture, and YoungArts. In addition to being a faculty member for UCLArts & Healing, Stacie has spoken at events like Women In Music and DisclosureFestTM. She has also appeared on CBS News, in Renée Fleming’s “Music and Mind Live,” and is featured in the documentary “Proven.” Stacie holds a masters degree in music therapy from New York University, in addition to certifications in sound and music healing from the Open Center and Vocal Psychotherapy (AVPT) from the Vancouver Vocal Psychotherapy Institute.
This is an online program through Zoom. If you are new to this platform, watch a how-to tutorial here.

The program will begin promptly at noon PT, and we will open the waiting room ten minutes prior to starting. We encourage you to join at 11:50 am PT, so that you have time to potentially troubleshoot any connectivity issues before the beginning of the program.
By registering, you give UCLArts & Healing approval to record this event, still and/or moving images from which may appear in printed materials or digital channels for archival, educational, or promotional purposes.

Note that Zoom breakout rooms are not recorded.
For more information, and for any questions, please email or call us at (310) 452-1439.