Do you yearn to be more creative? Have you been wanting to express yourself more fully, and bring more adventure into your life? Maybe "The Artist's Way" has been sitting on your bookshelf for years, and you’ve wanted to dive in but have lacked the community and accountability to see it through. If so, this workshop is for you!
The Artist's Way Workshop with Rachel Moore, LMFT, is a 12-week online group based on the beloved book by Julia Cameron. In this workshop you will explore your connection to creativity with like-minded folks in a nonjudgmental space. We focus on one chapter of the book each week, including: Recovering a Sense of Safety, Recovering a Sense of Identity, and Recovering a Sense of Power. Past participants have said the group gave them accountability, support, and encouragement they wouldn't have received on their own.
(Please note: The Artist's Way Workshop is an educational group only and is not intended as a replacement for therapy.)
Registration is now open for the Artist's Way Workshop 2024
Where: Online via Zoom (link will be sent after registration)
Investment: Early-bird registration (until Dec. 18): $425 Full registration (after Dec. 18): $475 For information about payment plan or scholarship options, or if you have any other questions, please contact Rachel Moore here
Registration: Click here Cancellation policy: Click here Artist's Way Workshop FAQ: Click here Artist's Way Workshop Newsletter: Click here
FACILITATOR Rachel Moore, LMFT (she/her), has facilitated educational groups based on the book "The Artist's Way" for nearly 20 years. Before becoming a therapist, Rachel worked as a newspaper copy editor and was a proud member of the Pulitzer Prize-winning San Diego Union-Tribune staff. Rachel also has a musical background and currently sings with the San Diego Master Chorale.
Rachel Moore, LMFT Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist MFT #102826 rachel(at)rachelmoorecounseling.com www.rachelmoorecounseling.com 619-577-4514
(Remote video sessions also available for residents of California or Montana)
We are committed to providing a safe, affirming, and inclusive therapeutic space for all ages, races, gender identities, sexual orientations, national origins, relationship statuses, health statuses, disabilities, ethnicities, and religions.