Find your Power, Find your Force through Art Workshop
We will bring awareness to this important part of us through guided meditation, and bring it to life giving it its own personality by applying art therapy. You will receive tools to access your power and force, and will be able to take your drawing to stick in your wallet, put on your fridge, or just to see what it looks like. It can be a helpful tool to remind us when we need to feel solid, strong, confident, and empowered. Come ready to learn and have fun tapping into your creative side.
Participants will be able to:
- Recognize that they carry force and power in their bodies
- Learn how to tune into their power and force
- Stay mindful about their bodies
- Identify strategies to develop easier ways to access their strengths in their daily lives, and especially in uncomfortable situations such as when communicating with supervisors, supervisees, students and co-worker
- Learn how to bring up other people’s power and force in a somatic way
This workshop is intended for CU boulder faculty and staff who are interested in tuning into their own power and strength. For people who are interested in contemplative practices to integrate different parts of themselves.
Esther Horowitz , FSAP bilingual Staff Counselor, earned her Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health in the Transpersonal Psychology Department at Naropa University with a concentration in Mindfulness Based Transpersonal Counseling. She holds a clinical psychologist degree from Universidad San Francisco de Quito. Esther held her private practice in Quito, Ecuador with the Spanish speaking population from 2014-2015. She continued working as a Bilingual Counselor/Therapist in the United States at a women’s clinic, and at an agency working with court mandated clients for anger management, domestic violence, and DUI’s. Outside of FSAP, she enjoys being outdoors, especially near creeks, rivers and lakes. Esther is passionate about food, music, love and human interactions and believes that the recipe for a healthy life involves curiosity and compassion.
Wednesday, May 22 at 12:00pm to 1:30pm
University Memorial Center (UMC), 425
1669 Euclid Avenue, Boulder, CO 80309