Amy Oestreicher
PTSD peer-peer specialist, artist, author, survivor, award-winning founder of the Fearless Ostomates, actress and playwright touring the country with Gutless & Grateful, her one-woman musical autobiography. More information at amyoes.com.

Amy Oestreicher is a PTSD peer-peer specialist, artist, author, writer, award-winning founder of the Fearless Ostomates, and CT based actress and playwright. As a survivor and “thriver” of nearly 30 surgeries, a coma, sexual abuse, organ failure and a decade of medical trauma, Amy has been challenged with moments of extreme difficulty. But as an artist, newlywed, actress, 28-year old college student and overall lover of life, Amy eagerly shares the lessons learned from trauma and has brought out the stories that unite us all through her writing, mixed media art, performance and inspirational speaking.

Piecing her life together after her initial dreams of performing musical theatre took on a beautiful detour into broader horizons. Amy has written, directed and starred in a one woman musical about her life, Gutless & Grateful, has flourished as a mixed media and acrylic artist, with her art in multiple galleries and mounting dozens of solo art shows, and continues to share her story through her art, music, theatre, workshops and writings.

Amy’s “beautiful detour” has inspire her passionate desire to create and help others. Her writings have appeared in Washington Post and On Being with Krista Tippet, her story has appeared on the TODAY Show and CBS, and her one-woman show has been seen in theatres across the country, earning rave reviews and accolades since it’s BroadwayWorld Award-nominated NYC debut.

Amy is crrently touring the country with her art, speaking, show and workshops, which express the life-altering detours and ultimately the invaluable gifts of her resilience journey. Visit amyoes.com for more information.

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