Participating in a creative program can help you cope and express strong thoughts and emotions. Studies have shown that engaging in any creative process can promote mental healing – from a simple drawing or collage, to looking at art or talking about it can lower stress and anxiety; make one feel more relaxed and happier; find meaning in life experiences and shift ones focus from pain and stressful thoughts.
These classes are also a wonderful opportunity to make new friends and feel a sense of accomplishment with completed artwork.
Most of our programs are successfully running via Zoom – so why not book a program today!
– Think Pink Book Club –
This is session initiated by two of our own ladies (Joan Hammond and Julie Hannan-Smith) and is a first for Think Pink to have a book (worm) group. The group will usually meet on the final Tuesday of each month.
Ongoing we hope you will ‘zoom-in’ and relax after reading the monthly book choice and sit in your comfy space to discuss the novel with kindred book lovers.
– Creative Writing –
Welcome to the Creative Writing group. Anna is looking forward to chatting with you and suggesting ideas and ways you may get into writing for fun, relaxation and recording your feelings.
Stories shared are also a great way to reflect on past experiences. All you need is a pen, paper and time to be creative and reflective together.
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– Group Art Therapy –
Through relaxation, art and meditation, you can explore issues and ways to cope and re-discover what makes your life enjoyable and meaningful for you. This group art therapy focuses on and nurtures the whole self and inspires ways to relax and create balance in your day.
Art Therapist Jennie Bendistinto facilitates this group art therapy. Jennie has integrated her qualifications and experience of art, communication and art therapy to create a space, which uses art and the senses as a way to steer through a learning experience.
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