"The Artist's Way" Workshop
Based on the best-selling book "The Artist's Way," by Julia Cameron
“No matter what your age or your life path, whether making art is your career or your hobby or your dream, it is not too late or too egotistical or too selfish or too silly to work on your creativity.” —Julia Cameron
Julia Cameron's book "The Artist's Way" has been beloved since it was first published 25 years ago. Cameron's goal was to help readers overcome artistic blocks and get in touch with their authentic selves. She believes everyone is creative.
Over the years, many people have found being in an Artist's Way group to be a rewarding and effective way to experience the book. Our upcoming Artist's Way Workshop 12-week therapy group can help you:
- Understand what perfectionism is how to manage it
- Identify and heal artistic wounds from the past
- Discover your hidden strengths and talents
We will meet every Sunday morning for two hours at the Therapeutic Center for Anxiety and Trauma. Together we will dive into the book and help keep one another accountable. This is an engaging, safe, and supportive group in which to rediscover your creativity.
If you've always been curious about The Artist's Way or are hearing about it for the first time, please feel free to join us. If you're already familiar with the book and want to deepen your creativity, you are also more than welcome to register.
When: Sundays, 10 am-12 pm, beginning February 12th, and running through May 7th, 2017 (no meeting on Easter)
Investment: $425 for entire 12-week workshop
Returning participant: $350 (space permitting)
Preregistration is required; space is limited to 9 participants
PLEASE NOTE: Full refunds are available until 48 hours prior to first session. No refunds are offered after that time. Register today through Paypal by clicking on "Buy Now" below.
Facilitator: Rachel Moore, MA, MFTI, has led groups based on The Artist's Way for more than 10 years. She has helped scores of people get in touch with their creativity and live deeper, more meaningful lives. Before becoming a pre-licensed therapist, Rachel wrote headlines and designed pages as a newspaper journalist. She also is a singer who is grateful to have had the opportunity to perform on several of San Diego's biggest stages.