Making or Facing Ourselves Through Mask Making with Dr. Marsha Nelson
Making or Facing Ourselves Through Mask Making Presented by Marsha Nelson, PhD According to many schools of psychology, we all carry within us different sub-personalities. Each aspect has its own
Making or Facing Ourselves Through Mask Making
Presented by Marsha Nelson, PhD
According to many schools of psychology, we all carry within us different sub-personalities. Each aspect has its own values, likes and dislikes, and set of feelings. These sub-personalities are reflected in our behaviors and in the many roles we play. Through a fun Mask Making activity, we will identify a sub-personality that we would like to express to the outside world. The inside of the mask will portray how we want to feel. This activity is taken from “The Art of Emotional Healing” by Lucia Capacchione, PhD. No artistic talents needed – all art supplies will be provided. Come have fun, learn more about yourself and how you want the world to perceive you.
Marsha Nelson, PhD co-founder and training supervisor for the Creative Journal Expressive Arts (CJEA) and Visioning® Training Supervisor. www.LuciaC.com Drs. Capacchione and Nelson founded the CJEA training program in 1997 with graduates in 19 countries worldwide. She is a sought after worldwide CJEA workshop presenter and life coach.
Please RSVP below. Seating is limited to 25 participants. A delicious catered lunch is included.
If you have any questions call 650-363-9200.
(Saturday) 9:30 am - 2:00 pm PST
Stanford Park Hotel
100 El Camino Real
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