Join us in Hepworth for a workshop dedicated to writing and healing!
Do you want to learn how to reflect inwards and unlock what you keep hidden, even from yourself? Find out how expressive writing leads to deeper self-acceptance and healing. In our writing to heal workshops, participants move through a series of writing prompts designed to explore themes connected to lived experience. Using creative non-fiction and fiction, poetry and journaling, you will:
- Learn techniques for restorying self
- Explore approaches to self-reflexive writing
- Review contexts where writing is being used for personal development
- Share your writing with the course instructor and fellow participants (optional)
– Sunday March 1, 1:30-4:30 pm –
– Sunday April 26, 1:30-4:30 pm –
About the Presenter of the Writing to Heal Workshop Series
Kat McNichol is the Editor-in-Chief of Dreamers Creative Writing and a reviewer for the British Journal of Guidance and Counselling. She is also a Director of Marketing-Communications in the high-tech industry. She holds a B.A. in English Literature, and an MAIS in Writing and New Media, and Literary Studies, and she is working on a PhD in Career Writing at the University of Tilburg in the Netherlands where she is using autoethnography and writing as method to research the impact that therapeutic writing has on career identity. Her writing has appeared most recently in Cold Mountain Review, Alt-Minds, and Echo: Journal of Creative Nonfiction.
For more information about this workshop series, visit our events page on AirBnB Experiences.