with Sharon Itkoff Nacache
Every other Monday, 7:00-8:00pm
This is a place for women to come together, create art, and find support with life's challenges. It is a safe space that offers an opportunity for group members to explore materials in a nonjudgmental and open way. Guided by Sharon, this group provides an Open Art Studio art therapy approach. No experience with art making is needed!
Can I Get A Witness
with Amina Shaw-Moss
Every other Wednesday or Thursday, 7-8pm
Can I Get A Witness is a group specifically designed for Women Of Color working through trauma, anxiety, and depression.
Have you ever felt completely overwhelmed, holding the weight of everyday stress on your shoulders? Perhaps you've held onto a secret for so long, that it's now a part of your life's story. Sometimes the sheer act of telling your truth is the gateway to personal healing. Please join Amina and other women of color in building supportive connections through art therapy and conversation.
Coping with COVID Through Movement (Support Group)
with Alexa Palmer
Need some extra coping skills for managing the uncertainty during the pandemic? This group is for you. In this group we will share, learn, and practice movement-based coping skills. Group time will include meditation, breath work, and gentle movement experiences to help us create, enhance and integrate more moments of calm in our daily lives. Self-reflection will help us to understand our signs, symptoms, and strategies for managing these unprecedented times. Who knows, maybe we can even dance out the stress!
Because it’s 2020…
Support Group for Front Line Health Care Workers (Support Group)
with Alexa Palmer
Overwhelmed by the intensity of working through the pandemic? Looking for a supportive network of professionals experiencing similar stress? Together, we will connect, support, and express our experiences as well as share ways of coping with COVID-19.
I am a creative arts therapist who continues to work in a hospital setting through the pandemic. I have experienced some of the intensities as well as witnessed the pandemic pandemonium turning the hospital system upside down. I would like to offer a space where front line workers can feel safe, supported, and strengthened by this time together.
In this support group, we will also learn about different signs, symptoms, and strategies for stress management in order to help reduce long lasting stress or PTSD like symptoms. This group will include meditation, breath work, and gentle movement experience to help us create, enhance, and integrate more moments of calm in our days.