Cultivating Calm Workshop: Creative & Concrete Coping Strategies


Free Event

About the class

With school almost back in session and the autumnal equinox around the corner, it's a perfect time to practice self care. Join CBT expert Dr. Terri Bacow, Ph.D and Creative Arts Therapist Sharon Itkoff Nacache ATR-BC LCAT PMH-C virtually on Thursday September 22 from 12-1pm for a free, experiential workshop to learn several concrete coping strategies to reduce daily anxiety and practice mindful art-making for stress management in real-time. All that is needed is basic drawing materials and an open mind! Spaces are limited so register via Eventbrite today.


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About the provider

Sharon Itkoff Nacache

I am a perinatal mental health certified art psychotherapist supporting those who identify as caregivers in cultivating creative resilience. My psychotherapy approach is grounded in principles of cultural humility, humanism, and the healing power of an empathic creative process. I believe that the act of creating something——in any form——with embodied, full presence can combat burnout and stress symptoms, while engaging the symbolism within a work of art or art-making process can lead to insight into deeper conflict or sometimes hidden issues through the safe distance of metaphor. Whether it's through verbal psychotherapy, an active creative process, or combination of the two, the lens through which we explore concerns is focused on self discovery, healing, and empowerment.

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