Emily Eldredge is the creator of Unlimited Em and the Drawing Out Process®.
After many years of struggling with depression, anxiety, anger, self-loathing, codependency and other emotional issues, Emily finally discovered the healing power of putting crayons to paper.
The Drawing Out Process formed out of her determination to find a way to permanently release these "inner demons" that plagued her, and the result is an emotional healing technique that has since been dubbed "one of the best emotional healing processes I've ever encountered" and "a true gift for your soul and should not be missed." Since clearing herself of her most sabotaging inner "characters", Emily guides others through the Process so that they, too, may enjoy lasting freedom, joy, and peace.
Realizing that what most people need more than anything is a new, very basic understanding of what's going on inside of them: why they are in struggle with their thoughts and emotions, with whom they are in struggle, and how to come out of struggle so that they can feel more at peace. Unlimited Em formed out of Emily's mission to help people understand themselves more deeply and, through that understanding, feel the peace that has been patiently waiting within them to be discovered.
Emily conducts private sessions and workshops and speaks to group about Unlimited Em and the Drawing Out Process. She is a graduate of the Hockaday School for Girls in Dallas, TX and Williams College in Williamstown, MA. Her emotional healing journey has included Pranic Healing, Arhatic Yoga, the Work of Byron Katie, Sedona Method, EFT, Eckhart Tolle, Conversations with God, Sanaya Roman/Orin, the mentoring of her father Linc, and the emotional wisdom of her mother Susan, the world's greatest psychotherapist. :)
She currently lives in Tucson, AZ with her sweetie and is writing a book about the Drawing Out Process®.
Unlimited Em would not be possible without the following amazing and wonderful people giving their time and talents (under construction):
"Paco the Practical"
Also known as Emily's "sweetie", Paco keeps Emily on track and out of trouble! ;)
As someone who draws all the time, I completely understand how therapeutic it can be to put images down on paper - to see them not just in my head but in front of me, with my own two eyes. Emily's work using the Drawing Out Process can help flip the switch and turn those seemingly undefined barriers into actual things that we can work with - and proves the power that we hold in our heads and in our hands. I'm so proud to be associated with this process - as an illustrator, there's nothing more validating than seeing other people benefit from the images we create.
"Diva of Details"