Instructor: Carolyn Holder, MA, LPC, Grief Conselor-Expressive Arts Therapist
Healing from our grief is not a process of forgetting. It is a process of remembering. Art making and sharing in a group setting allows individuals begin to understand their own difficulties and strengths as well as discover new possibilities to cope with loss. Participants will begin the healing process through expressive arts including clay work, journaling, collage and other expressive outlets. Participants are invited to share in a safe, supportive environment in hopes to discover the strength to rebuild. No artistic experience necessary.
Contact Carolyn Holder, MA, LPC, Grief Conselor-Expressive Arts Therapist at firstname.lastname@example.org or 828-268-1247 for more information before registering
About the instructor
Carolyn Holder works at the Circle of Living Center which is a collaboration of counselors and educators located in Boone, NC. She is a Hospice trained grief and life transitions counselor focused on helping people with their journey through grief, loss and other life transitions. She is a certified Expressive Arts Therapist and utilizes the many facets of art and ritual in working with groups. Along with her private counseling, she works with several Hospice organizations offering The Art of Grief workshops for their staff and clinicians. Carolyn attended Appalachian State University for her Community Counseling Master’s Degree and joyfully calls Boone her home.
Turchin Center refund policy
The Turchin Center has a "No-Refund Policy." Refunds may not be issued for workshops once payments have been processed. Refunds will be made for any workshops that are canceled and for workshops that require a participant minimum.