This two-hour workshop for women is designed to help build inner-strength and resilience. We will explore Jewish themes of release and renewal, while inviting experiences of trauma, grief, depression, anxiety, stress and addiction into the room. The session will weave in dance movement therapy, yoga therapy, mindfulness techniques and creativity. It will serve as a safe place to share and process emotions, as well as to develop and strengthen body-based coping skills that support resilience and healing. Shanti Krigel, a Mental Health Counselor and Addictions Specialist at Jewish Family Service, will lead the workshop. Krigel is a licensed mental health counselor, licensed drug and alcohol abuse counselor, and a registered dance and movement therapist.
Sunday, January 28, 2018
10:00 a.m. – noon
Cost: $20 for SJCC members, $25 for non-members
Register at the SJCC website.