WRITING THROUGH GRIEF: A Personal Essay Writing Workshop @ Art Access (SLC: Sep 17-Oct 8)

 

Join Debbie Leaman in putting pen to paper and transforming suffering into healing

WORKSHOP DATES:Saturdays, September 17, 24 and October 1, 8, 2016

 
 
 
 
 
 
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Join Debbie Leaman in putting pen to paper and transforming suffering into healing

 
   

WORKSHOP DATES:Saturdays, September 17, 24 and October 1, 8, 2016

TIME: 10 AM - 1 PM

LOCATION: ART ACCESS, 230 SOUTH 500 WEST, #110, Salt Lake City

NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 20

COST: $25
To inquire about fee reductions or accessibility accommodations, please contact amanda@accessart.org.

REGISTER on our WEBSITE
Questions? Contact: amanda@accessart.org

Writing can help guide us toward a deeper understanding of the pain and suffering of loss. Whatever the reason for grieving — divorce, death of a loved one, illness, aging, job loss, empty-nesting, moving — this workshop is designed to provide a supportive environment for participants to explore and honor all feelings of grief with the end-goal of producing a personal essay. Writing prompts, exercises and readings will offer new ways to express thoughts. Putting pen to paper gives us the opportunity to change perspective and transform suffering into healing.

 

ABOUT DEBBIE LEAMAN

 
   

Debbie Leaman loves to express herself through words and help others do the same. A freelance writer, Debbie works with businesses to help convey their messages, and as a developmental editor, she helps individuals cultivate their unique voices. Her writing, including personal essays, has appeared in numerous local and national magazines and on various websites.  She was a finalist in the 2016 Utah Society of Professional Journalists contest for her piece, “The Mindful Vacation,” and a finalist in the 2011 Writers@Work Memoir competition for “Skiing After Fifty- Downhill with a Touch of Anime.” Her most recent piece, “Learning to Love the Garden in an Empty Nest” is posted on Grown&Flown.com.  An avid “journaler” since adolescence, Debbie has written through her own times of grief. Read more at: www.debbieleaman.com.

 
 
   
 
 

 

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