March 25th & 26th, 2023
Our open art studio offers the freedom of an art friendly space for creativity and the support of a clinician trained in art therapy. Bring a work in progress to develop further or use our supplies to create something new! Our art studio is a safe, nonjudgmental space for expression, growth, and reflection through artmaking. Experimentation and collaboration are encouraged. No art experience is necessary, just an open heart and mind – our focus is on the process and experience of art making, not the finished product.
All ages welcomed!
We will have one hour and thirty minutes for art making during which time you will have access to a wide range of materials within a bright and spacious room. You can ask questions at any time and, while you do not have to share your work, if you chose, you may share your art and a few words upon closing.
Questions? Email Ashley at firstname.lastname@example.org or register below today!
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January 26, 2023
Whether you are a new or experienced parent, caregiver, family member, partner, or doula, birth leaves a lasting impact, regardless of how “fine” the baby is afterward. What many well-meaning people don’t understand is that birth trauma is about your perception, not an outcome. When your birth doesn’t go as planned, you can experience feelings of helplessness, terror, and intense fear for your own life or the life of your baby that leaves a lasting impression and doesn’t go away. And the more time that goes by, the more “fine” you and everyone else might expect you to feel. But how are you supposed to feel at peace with a birth that was not what you expected? A birth you didn’t want? Or a birth with no room for how you feel?
In this workshop, you will set a new course for healing your birth experience in a safe, supportive, and validating space. You will have the opportunity to both share your story and learn how to hold space for others. Using art, you will begin the process of putting the pieces back together with support and empathy from the courageous members of the group.