When: 11/10/18 - 11/10/18       Time: 10:00am-12:30pm

Where: Kellogg-Hubbard Library       City: Montpelier, VT

Price: Free

Description: The world is in a time of massive change. A big part of that change has to do with how girls/women are being asked to show up in the world. #MeToo has pushed the national dialogue about sexual violence to the forefront, and raises more questions than answers about the changing roles and relationships of women and men. It can also be overwhelming. In the midst of all this, you—survivors, significant others, and advocates—may find it challenging to take care of yourself. Keeping ourselves healthy, strong, and with our minds and hearts wide open, is no small task. Expressive arts bring more of you into the conversation to create a sense of healing and peace. This two-part workshop uses writing, music and art to express and share thoughts and feelings about how women can find our place in today’s world in a supportive group setting (also meets on Nov. 17). Facilitated by Cheryl Conner, Composer /Playwright, who runs community circles for #Metoo survivors & coaches on trauma, and Laurie McMillan, Therapeutic Writing Specialist and Nurse. For Ages 16 and up

Contact Name: Rachel Senechal

Phone: 802-223-3338       Email: rysenechal@kellogghubbard.org

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