Art Therapy Class: Creating Connections Through Art & Community
10 weekly sessions
10:30 am to 12:00 pm
Fall 2018 Semester: September 6 to November 8
Did you know that creating art has many benefits?
- Improving memory
- Increasing problem-solving skills
- Building self-confidence
- Aiding self-expression of inner thoughts and feelings
- Increasing communication and social interactions
- Stress management
This 10-week class for brain injury survivors is a creative journey of personal exploration using a variety of art materials. The therapeutic art process helps people navigate the challenges they often experience due to an injury while fostering a sense of safety in a supportive community. [View class flyer]
The CogSMART class is offered 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm after this class on the same Thursdays. Enjoy both classes!
Midge Casler, MA. Midge is the Art Program Director at Schurig Center, where she has run art groups for 10 years. She uses the art process to help people navigate the challenges they often experience due to an injury, while fostering a sense of safety in a supportive community.
$25 per class ($250 total for 10 week program)
10 week commitment is required.
Scholarship funding available.
Space is limited. Participants must register to attend.
Call (415) 461-6771 or email email@example.com