With Judi Stein and Sophie Glikson
As human beings, we all have the unique capacity to be creative in whatever form we choose. When accessing our creative potential, we reawaken a sense of playfulness and purpose, which frequently brings more vitality to our life. And sometimes the immense joy and sense of satisfaction that is experienced when creating are among the precious gems of life. At times, however, many of us find it difficult to tap into our innate creative abilities because of our fears, our inner critics, or our lack of confidence.
In this workshop, participants will be guided through Focusing and a series of creative experiences to find a pathway into their inner creativity. Focusing is a mindfulness practice that helps to reveal our internal experience of the events in our lives. By using a Focusing approach, we can tap into our inner resources and get a sense of what we are experiencing and how we might want to express it.
No experience or artistic abilities are necessary.
Judith Stein, PhD, is a licensed psychologist and a Focusing-oriented psychotherapist, who has a private practice in Lexington, Massachusetts. She is also trained in Mindfulness-Based therapeutic approaches and has been teaching and practicing mindfulness in the Boston area for many years. As a therapist, she relies on her mindfulness practice and focusing orientation as a foundation for her work with others.
Sophie Glikson is a certified Focusing and Expressive Arts Therapist, and a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in the sate of Massachusetts. She offers coaching, psychotherapy and supervision in person in her Creative Pathways practice studio located in Medford, MA., or through online communication if applicable. To address clients’ aspirations, goals, strengths and concerns, she applies the wisdom of the heart, the principles of Mindfulness and Focusing, and the power of imagination.
Sunday March 4, 2018 2:00-4:30 at the Arlington Center, 369 Mass Ave, Arlington, MA
Cost is $25 at the door or you may preregister at www.arlingtoncenter.org. 2:00-4:30