At the end of life, all we can ask … Did I love well?
- Jack Kornfield
Each of us has experienced the freedom of an open heart: compassion, empathy, wisdom and peace. Although an open heart is our natural state, we often find ourselves with hearts closed, hurt, or angry. Re-opening the heart to ourselves or others, at times may seem difficult, even impossible.
On this day of St. Valentine, we will discover and share the intricacies of what supports and prevents us from re-opening our hearts. We find our authenticity by practicing non-judgment and acceptance of ourselves and others. We draw from spiritual traditions, psychodrama and expressive arts to assist in our exploration. We aim to find peace along the way, thus contributing to creating a more peaceful world.
Tasters are open Friday night events held monthly to give you the opportunity to experience psychodrama. We offer different directors each month and invite you to attend as often as you wish… to have as many tasters as you like. Join us and enjoy a safe, stimulating and confidential evening. There are no acting skills needed and participation is at your level of comfort.
Course meets the qualification for 3 hours of continuing education credit for LMFT and LCSW. Sylvia Israel, provider, approved by the Board of Behavioral Sciences BBS947. Additional fee: $10.
Hours may also be applied for Drama Therapy, Psychodrama (Recognized by the American Board of Examiners in Psychodrama, Sociometry and Group Psychotherapy) and MFT licensure.