Connect with your own healing wisdom through the powerful practice of writing. Nourish your soul this winter by honoring and beginning to release the grief that holds you.
In a small supportive group we will meet weekly for six weeks to provide instruction and support as you visit, express, and bring to light what lies hidden beneath the busy-ness of your life.
We all carry grief in one form or another. Without a guide, without fellow travelers, the road through grief and loss can be impossible to stay on. Relationships can be broken, addictions strengthened, health, and sometimes even the will to live, lost.
Don’t travel the path alone. This winter take the time you need to explore your grief. Join me and a small group of women as we create a safe space to support each other in learning how to turn toward and transform our pain and loss through the ancient practice of sisterhood and the tool of writing to heal.
Discover how attending to your grief can release you from its deadening weight and help you create more space in your life for energy and health. Learn how writing your way into grief can help lead you out of it.
We will meet at Good Medicine Collective, a lovely venue on the Portland side of the Casco Bay Bridge. The spacious studio overlooks the lights of the bridge and the Fore River.
Because this will be a small group, be sure to register soon to reserve a spot.
Time: Mondays, 7:30 – 9:00 PM
Location: Good Medicine Collective 231 York Street, Portland
(Tuition assistance available)
Dates: January 13th – February 17, 2020
Captivating and structured just right, the workshop opened my mind to a different way of writing.
I was pleased to find I could dip into a tender place amid strangers and write.
I love the way this encouraged me to dig deep.
I was able to write about what has haunted me for 25 years.
You rock, Catharine!
To register, pay with PayPal below or send a check. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for mailing address and tuition-assistance information.
Writing to Heal A Six-week Introductory Series for Women