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Azizi Marshall is a leading mental health and whole-living expert teaching women around the world how to become the healthiest, most successful versions of themselves possible - going beyond just healthy eating and exercise, to embracing the whole person.
Azizi Marshall is the Founder & CEO of the Center for Creative Arts Therapy, an arts-based psychotherapy practice and training center in Chicago. She also is owner of Creative Clinical Consulting, LLC, which has launched such programs and companies as Arts Playschool, Artful Wellness and the Therapeutic Performance Initiative model.
In a world flooded with health information, Azizi's creative mental health approach and straightforward business advice draw thousands of inspired clients to her work. Best known for her fun and accessible approach to mental health, she’s built a wellness empire from scratch on her laptop and across the globe. Hundreds of women have had success using her online programs, which include Create Your Dream Business, Hustlewise and her trainings at the Center for Creative Arts Therapy.
Azizi is delightfully changing the way the world views mental health. She speaks on stages around the world and mentors scores of ambitious people each year to seek and live life on their own terms. As a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and accomplished entrepreneur, cultivating a lifestyle of freedom and wellness is her religion.
Azizi holds graduate degrees in community mental health AND theatre. She has been featured in Oprah Magazine, CNN, NBC News, Thrive Global, Bustle, Reader's Digest, The Huffington Post, Chicago Tribune, and Glancer Magazine. She speaks on stages and podcasts regularly throughout the country on Creative Arts Therapy, and guest posts on national news articles about wellness and creativity.