New Year’s Day often finds us making commitments to being different, better people than we were the day and year before. This December try a different approach to change– take some time to slow down and reflect on who you have been and what you have accomplished in 2015 and mindfully approach your goal setting for 2016.
In this three week therapeutic writing workshop, therapist and writer Erica Stone will guide you through different visualizations and writing exercises to help you take stock of the highs and lows of the last year and inspire you to create a mission statement to help navigate a new year of self-actualization. You will learn how to practice letting go of judgments and connect with the needs of your authentic self, rather than focusing on changing who you are.
This workshop is for everyone, including “bad spellers” and people who “suck at writing,” because the experience of getting ideas out of your head and on to paper is a powerful technique for learning about yourself and creating meaningful change.