Sculpting Feelings: Mad, Sad & Glad

june, 2018

30jun9:00 am1:30 pmSculpting Feelings: Mad, Sad & Gladpresented by Marsha Nelson, PhD

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Are You Wading in Emotional Quicksand?

The Powerful Role of Anticipatory Grief and Ambiguous Loss of a Loved One

NO ARTISTIC TALENTED NEEDED!! Wear comfortable clothing and be ready for an enlightening morning just for you! You will be using clay for the purpose of releasing emotions. Clay can be changed and moved so any pent up emotions can be expressed fluidly. The shapes of the clay and energy change as the emotion changes. Working with the eyes closed helps access the kinesthetic preverbal self for growth and healing. is clay activity will be followed by education on implementing the Creative Journal Expressive Arts method.

Please RSVP in person, on-line or by email to info@kensingtonplaceredwoodcity.com or call 650-363-9200.

Seating is limited to 20 participants.

Portrait of Marsha Nelson, PHD, presenter at Kensington Place Redwood City.Marsha Nelson, PhD is the co-founder of the Creative Journal Expressive Arts & Visioning® Certification Training Programs, International Workshop Facilitator as well as certified in grief counseling. www.LuciaC.com

Time

(Saturday) 9:00 am - 1:30 pm PST

Location

Holbrook Palmer Park

150 Watkins Avenue

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