Mentoring and Coaching for Creative Change

Soul-Circles

Restoring Resilience:

A Creative Engagement Process Group for Clinicians

Led by Dr. Shira Marin, LMFT (15972)

In this time of relentless stress, you may be feeling: 

  • Worn out from your own sadness and fears, as well as your clients’
  • More anxiety and self-doubt about your therapeutic effectiveness
  • Isolated and at a loss for how to renew yourself 

Here’s How I Can Help…

  • Learn a creative modality to align your cognitive, emotional, & somatic experience
  • Engage in healing process conversations that arise from creative expression
  • Commune in a safe environment that supports organic growth of connection 

Opportunities Awaiting You… 

  • Refreshment and renewal that supports you in being fully present for your clients
  • Re-energize your confidence in your therapeutic effectiveness
  • Easier management of daily practice challenges through the support and collective wisdom of fellow colleagues 

Through creative encounter with images, texture, and color, an  organic, integrative process emerges. This engagement combined with  reflection and process conversation opens new vistas of possibility for self-care and renewal (or refreshment?).

December 4, 2020

1:30-3:00pm PST; 2:30-4:00pm MST
3:30-5:00 CST; 4:30-6:00 ET

Limited group size. Held online
Introductory Session

You will need a few colored markers, pens, oil  pastels, and some paper larger than 8.5×11 if possible. 
No creative experience necessary

To register, please contact Shira Marin PhD at shiramarinphd@gmail.com

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If you, or a clinician or pre-Licensed clinician you know, would be interested in having a safe and  encouraging place to process the unique  challenges that face us now as clinicians because of COVID-19 and all of the other environmental and societal hardships occurring, please, email me at shiramarinphd@gmail.com for details or to register  for the complimentary Introductory Session.

“At the deepest level, the creative process and the healing process arise from a single source.”

Copyright Shira Marin, PhD. | 2020 | All rights reserved