Caregiver Survival Series: Who Cares for the Caregiver?

august, 2019

18aug11:00 am2:00 pmCaregiver Survival Series: Who Cares for the Caregiver?Talk and Book Signing with Dr. Lucia Cappachione, Phd, ATR, REAP

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Who Cares for the Caregiver?

Tools for Nurturing the Self While Caring for Others

Lucia Capacchione, Ph.D.,A.T.R.

Bestselling Author, Art Therapist, Originator of the Creative Journal Method

If you are responsible for the care of someone who is challenged with a life threatening or chronic condition, as a caregiver you may be struggling too. Whether caring for a family member, loved one, or patients or residents in care facilities, caregivers often suffer from anxiety, depression, sleep deprivation, overwhelm and burnout.

Dr. Lucia Capacchione, author and art therapist, will discuss simple and effective tools for bridging the gap between self-care and care of others. Her time-tested methods are being used in home-care, hospitals, memory care facilities, and cancer support groups.

Engage in a supportive and nurturing discussion of how the practice of self-nurturance is the most caring thing you can do – for yourself and others. Join us in taking time just for you. Fill your cup.

After brunch, Dr. Capacchione do a booksigning for her most recent book on therapuetic art and writing, The Power of Your Other Hand: Unlock creativity and inner wisdom through the right side of your brain. Her other publications will also be available.

Lucia Capacchione, PhD, ATR, is an art therapist and bestselling author of 23 books, including The Creative Journal and Recovery of Your Inner Child. She holds degrees in art and psychology. Lucia discovered the healing power of writing and drawing in a journal while struggling with a life-threatening illness. This experience of self-healing formed the foundation of her pioneering work in journal and expressive arts therapies. She is director of the Creative Journal Expressive Arts training program for professionals. Visit her at www.luciac.com.

Kensington Place has been sponsoring these workshops for the public and for our team members, enabling them to develop coping skills, release the inner critic, find clarity in developing a meaningful vision for their lives.

Time

(Sunday) 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Location

Stanford Park Hotel

100 El Camino Real

Organizer

Joanne Hubbardjhubbard@kensingtonsl.com

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