Activate the Healing Potential of the Psyche
Creative Rejuvenation for Professional Caregivers
with Mary Anne Pare, M.Ed, RCC, RPT-S, and Jenny Nash, MPCP
Fri. 6 PM Mar. 26 – Sun. 1.30 PM Mar. 28, 2010
Cascadia House on Kraus Rd, Roberts Creek, Sunshine Coast, B.C.
The focus will be on access to and rejuvenation of our own playfulness.
Structured activities include:
- story telling
- socio-dramatic play
- game playing
There will also be free time for other nurturing activities, such as writing and painting, walking in nature, socializing, meditation, yoga, etc.
This workshop/retreat offers the opportunity to develop therapeutic skills by both exploring one’s own creativity and witnessing each others’ creative process.
The potential for change and growth resides within the Self of the client and the Self of the therapist/caregiver.
Change comes with shifts in thoughts, feelings and actions. It can also be accessed through the imagination, which activates the healing potential of the psyche.
Jenny Nash is an experienced child and family therapist and a workshop facilitator. In both settings she brings her love of creative art, play, writing and drama.
Mary Anne Pare has worked with children and families in numerous mental health and therapeutic settings for thirty years. Her special interest and area of expertise is working with families, using an integration of play therapy and family therapy.
Location: Cascadia Retreat Centre, Roberts Creek, Sunshine Coast.
Cost: $350.00 – includes delicious meals from a wonderful caterer and comfortable beds, shared rooms for 2 or 3 women.
This retreat will be for a maximum of fifteen women.
Registration Deadline: February 15, 2010
Please register by email to Mary Anne Pare: email@example.com
Enquiries welcome: Phone Jenny Nash: 604-759-3567