Laetitia is currently offering over 200 designs -including Creative tools on the market. Some have inspired and influenced worldwide many trends! and Multiple magazine articles have been published about her work.(see the "Designs" as well as "the Creative and her Creations"sections).


Quotes from Articles, Essays  and documents


Levy, L. (2010a). Toward the design of a workshop enhancing entrepreneurial creativity: how to align the Self expectations within the implementation of business projects? Unpublished MA paper CCT 692. Boston, MA: UMass Boston.


“We all carry within us a certain amount of innovativeness, regardless of the domain.  Thus it is important to engage in processes and to develop skills and tools that can allow us to become responsible working architects of our own work life; to align our potential with application and expectations with full realization and achievement.”


Lévy, L. (2010b). How to improve the functioning system of the nonprofit organization I am involved in? A doable Plan of action. Unpublished MA paper CCT 618. Boston, MA: UMass Boston. 


Lévy, L. (2010c). The creative process: Models and engagement. Unpublished MS paper CRS 559. Buffalo, NY: Buffalo State College, SUNY.


“All models have their strengths and weaknesses. It is best to learn to be aware of as many tools, techniques as possible and to master them, before practicing and shaping your own model, based on your own uniqueness. Models should not be used rigidly as an algorithm or preset formula; an answer to every problem or situation. Rather, they should be used as a starting point or framework and in conjunction or combination with one another. In my own process, I swayed in a flowing manner between the proposed models, finding this to be most effective.”



Levy, L. (2010d). Research: An exploratory investigation of the possible validity and reliability of the Kolb Learning Inventory (KLI). Unpublished MS paper CRS 580. Buffalo, NY: Buffalo State College, SUNY.


Levy, L. (2011). Can creative arts be used as a healing process? Unpublished MS paper CRS 625. Buffalo, NY: Buffalo State College, SUNY.


“In the western world we tend to put emphasis on linear paths and on our analytical, logical left brain hemisphere in order to reach our goals. Little time is provided for incubating and creating which can be a big cause of distress. Often souls cry as a result of being disembodied. For the last decades, different streams of professional practice such as Art Therapy, Expressive Arts Therapy have organized themselves as an attempt to free our right brain mode as a therapeutic alternative. This paper shows different aspects of the creative arts field that can be used as a healing process. The creative art process engages the person fully, emotionally and cognitively with its aim the self-actualization of the person’s whole being. In releasing emotions, the person reaches self-awareness, and the clarification of the real issues; the energy sources of fear and anger are used as allies and get transformed simultaneously while expressing creative outcomes. Many tools are proposed for the divergent steps of the clarification and the transformative phases. Thus it seems that in order to become fully therapeutic the art process is missing some convergent alternatives for the implementation phase.”