This November, Invisible Ink: Writing Through Your Grief, returns. The workshop will explore the therapeutic practice of writing about traumatic experiences to heal your pain. In this active approach to moving through grief, you will write letters to your loved one each week to express different aspects of your loss. Brief guided meditations will help you relax and write about the ways in which your loved one’s death has affected you.
Beginning November 1, the program will meet on Thursdays from 6:30 – 8:00PM at the Healing Arts Center at Cancer Services and is open to nine participants in support of each other.
The workshop will be lead by Kathy Curtis, an artist, author and facilitator who has spent 20 years teaching adults and children to tap into the healing power of creative expression. When her mother died three months after being diagnosed with cancer, Kathy wrote letters to relieve her feelings of loss. Her book, Invisible Ink: The Journey Beyond Words, and the companion workshop share the power of this approach with others who may feel stuck in their grief.
This course is also available online for anyone who would prefer to experience it in the privacy of their own home. For more information, please visit Kathy’s website.