Creating in the Cracks with Joanne Underwood, LCSW and Master Piven Teacher
Wednesdays, 7:30 to 8:45 PM
April 15th to May 20th, 6 weeks
Rediscover your sense of wonder, possibility, and power.
Creating in the Cracks invites adult students to process their experiences in the era of COVID-19 through creative practice. Using resources like Julia Cameron’s The Artist’s Way as a guide, this course is designed to help individuals deeply engage their own creative process. Within the sacred circle, the group will discuss how to reconnect with qualities that nurture and encourage creativity such as safety, identity, abundance, and power. In addition, this course provides participants with numerous tools and activities to engage their sense of play and possibility including; free-form journaling, vision boards, and weekly artist dates.
Artists from all disciplines are welcome.
More about your instructor: Joanne Underwood is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and has been counseling people for over a decade. She strives to create a warm, supportive atmosphere in which problem-solving can take place. JoanneShe specializes in helping those suffering from anxiety, depression, trauma, college-related issues, relationship difficulties, and life transitions. She was affiliated with the C. G. Jung Center for many years and views therapy as meaning-making journey and a creative endeavor. Besides working with individuals, she leads support groups for creative artists, and teaches acting at the Piven Theatre Workshop in Evanston.