$17.17 – $35

Winter Vision Board Workshop: Rest, Reflect, & Set the Stage for 2018

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Corner Community Center

5802 Roland Avenue

Baltimore, MD 21210

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Winter can be a frustrating time, with cold weather and darkness bringing discomfort. However, the slower pace of winter allows us to take time to rest and reflect. The start of the new year is an ideal time to commit to change so that you have a fulfilling year. This workshop will help you identify, clarify, and take action toward changes that you would like to make.

In this workshop you will:

  • Use creative activities to help with self-expression, self-care, clarity, and joy

  • Let go of unwanted things

  • Create a vision board, which is a collage of images and words of your choosing that helps you focus on your goals and provides you with inspiration to work towards them, that you get to keep

  • Leave feeling empowered to have the future you want

Cost: $35 plus transaction fees--includes board, art supplies, refreshments and 1 raffle ticket for prizes include gift cards, community acupuncture visit, free massage and more! Feel free to bring personal photos or any items that you want to add to your vision board.

Can't attend? Make a donation of $17.17 (with transaction fees that's $20.18) and enter our raffle!

*Tickets to this event make a great holiday gift or stocking stuffer! All profits will benefit the Corner Community Center.*

Your Workshop Facilitator:

Krista Verrastro, MA, RDT is a Registered Drama Therapist with more than 10 years of experience as a psychotherapist. She received her Bachelor's and Master's degrees from New York University. She is currently in private practice in the Baltimore, MD area (in Owings Mills and Towson). She has worked in a variety of settings, such as outpatient mental health clinics, schools, and nursing homes. She specializes in helping people who feel used, abused, neglected, and rejected transform from surviving to thriving. She presents nationally and internationally about drama therapy and mental health issues.

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Corner Community Center

5802 Roland Avenue

Baltimore, MD 21210

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