Please join us for a 2-day experiential workshop:
Finding Ourselves Anew: Understanding the Pandemic’s impacts on our sense of self
Registration closes on May 15th.
Contact Manasi at 650-307-7205 or Samantha at firstname.lastname@example.org
The world has gone through massive changes since the beginning of the COVID-19 Pandemic. Other than the visible and tangible ways in which they have affected us and our lives, these external changes have caused us all to go through internal changes as well. You may suddenly find that your interests, priorities, values, or ways of coping have changed. Internal changes play out in all of our relationships – personal, professional and with ourselves – and that can be challenging to deal with.
In this workshop we will use the Expressive Arts Therapies - particularly narrative and psychodrama - to explore, understand, process and integrate the changes we have undergone individually, to gain tools and insight for navigating our relationships and stressful transitions currently and into the future.
Friday, May 20th from 5:30pm-7:30pm PDT &
Saturday, May 21st from 10:30am-2:00pm PDT
Where: Zoom (virtual)
*$100 - Limited spots for those in financial need available.
Contact us directly to inquire!
*Discounted price of $70 for ICF members and their referrals.
Who should attend: Anyone age 18+ who’d like to process changes inside, to better navigate life outside.
Contact Manasi at 650-307-7205 or Samantha at email@example.com. Registration closes on May 15th.
About the Facilitators:
Manasi Chopra is a Life & Professional Coach, Facilitator and Therapy Practitioner. She completed her Coach training from University of California, Davis and is a member of the International Coaching Federation (ICF). Manasi is trained in Foundations of Expressive Arts Therapy and is certified in Humanistic Psychodrama (form of group psychotherapy) from Psychotherapeutisches Institut Bergerhausen (PIB) Germany and Vedadrama India. She has been applying her skills and training in the corporate, social and education sectors for the past 7 years; as a consultant and independent practitioner.
Samantha Ryder is a California Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) and Expressive Arts Therapist. She has completed her training in India and the U.S. and has an active practice working with adults, teens and families, and elders. Over the past 8 years, Samantha has facilitated creative arts grief and loss support groups and held workshops internationally through the International Expressive Arts Therapy Association (IEATA) to foster creative growth, social justice, and community connection.