There are a lot of interesting links between creativity and experiences like hardship, physical illness, and psychological disorder. Links that psychologists and researchers may not fully understand, yet have been aware of for some time.

We believe that creative outlets can be extremely healing for people who are coping with grief.  Whether you’re a writer, poet, lyricist, or painter, as the song goes, express yourself.  In this webinar, we will explore the links between creative expression and adverse life experiences, discuss benefits of creative expression, provide suggestions for working through a grief-related creative block, and take a look at some easy and accessible creative coping tools and activities.

 

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