As winter continues, many of us find ourselves in a freeze: lacking motivation, feeling sluggish, and needing change. Even though we feel frozen for a reason, this workshop will focus on how to gently start thawing out. Bailey B. Carter is a creative arts therapist who will lead you on an exploration of roles in your work space and/or creative space. Through art making, visualizing, and some somatic techniques, you will be able to decrease the amount of overwhelm you experience while you work.
Optional Art Supply List (whatever you have already, no need to buy anything): Paper (any size), markers, colored pencils, pens, charcoal, pastels, string, clay, scissors, tape, glue
Optional comfort supply list: Two pairs of socks or house slippers
Who should attend?
This workshop is designed for artists who work from home, work remotely, or spend a lot of time on their screen who want to develop techniques for facing overwhelm and stress in the home/work space
About the Facilitator
Bailey B. Carter, MA, CCC, ACNN, is an anglophone creative arts therapist in the greater Montreal area. She specializes in helping adults and teens with trauma and to reduce their anxiety using creative expression. Through her private practice, she sees individual therapy clients and facilitates therapeutic groups. Her love of theatre and helping people pursue their passions keeps her inspired and excited. See information on her upcoming group ‘Why is ‘play’ a dirty word’ and learn more at www.baileybcarter.com
This workshop is limited to 15 participants, so register now!