Phoenix Rising: Creating Personal Symbols for Healing

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With Sally Bruckner, MA, ATR-BC

- Thursday, Dec. 1, 6:30-8:30pm

Pheonix RisingThis workshop is for you if:
You are seeking a sense of community with others
You are undergoing a loss or transition
You are seeking sustenance as winter approaches
You enjoy being creative and celebrating this with others

The Phoenix is a symbol of rebirth and renewal. In this class you will be guided to create artwork which symbolizes something important and sacred to you at this time in your life. After sharing these with other participants,
we will create brief rituals of sustenance and healing, contributing to our individual and collective experiences.  No previous art experience necessary. All levels of experience welcome!

All materials provided. 

*2 CECs available

Please note that space is limited to 12 participants to ensure the best possible program quality. If the program has filled to capacity, we can place you on the waiting list and let you know if/when a sapce becomes available.


Sally Brucker, MSW, MA, ATR holds three masters degrees; in early childhood special education, art therapy, and clinical social work. She received post -masters training in the field of expressive arts therapies at the European graduate school in Saas Fee, Switzerland. Ms. Brucker has been practicing art therapy for over 30 years. She has been a visiting professor at Gallaudet University, Art Therapy Italiana, Hampshire College, Harmony Institute (St. Petersburg, Russia) and Institute for Psychology (Moscow, Russia). She is on the faculty of Montgomery College in Maryland. She is currently in private practice and director of Studio Downstairs, a therapeutically- informed arts studio for adults living with mental illness. Ms. Brucker has presented workshops both throughout the United States and internationally. She is also an exhibiting painter and printmaker.

2 CECs available. Email darien@smithcenter.org for more details.
$25.00
 

 
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