Express your story of recovery and resilience in a safe and supportive environment.
This is a workshop where participants use narrative and expressive art therapy to create a multimedia presentation of their personal journeys of recovery. A digital story is a short, first-person video narrative created by combining recorded voice, still and moving images, music, and other multi-media tools.
The workshop will...
- Teach you how to tell your story of recovery and resilience using multimedia.
- Provide you the opportunity to reflect on the journey from which you came, and direct a new path for you to take.
- Offer new ways to tap into your creativity.
- Create a safe and supportive environment to have fun.
This workshop is open to all UNH who want to create a multimedia project about his/her path through using digital storytelling.
Register by October 5th!
Group dates and times will be determined based on participants availability.
This digital story was created by a UNH student in a previous workshop.
Facilitated by Melissa Garvey, Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs Educator/Counselor at Health Services.
UNH Health Services
UNH Health Services offers medical care and wellness education/counseling to the UNH Community. We are open 7 days a week, during the academic year.
We are located at 4 Pettee Brook Lane, behind the new Paul College (across Main Street from Holloway Commons).