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Grieving with Intention: Expressive Arts

The Goldstein Family Grief Center is collaborating with Joan Fopma-Loy to present this workshop on using expressive arts as a tool for coping during your grief journey. The program will include an introduction to a variety of expressive arts activities for grief and loss, and participants will engage in and reflect on a visual arts activity. After a significant loss we need to relearn the self as well as relearn the world. Expressive art can help in our healing. No art experience is necessary; this is a “failure- free” experience. Plan to leave your “inner critic” at he door. Program will be capped at 20 participants.

Wednesday, March 29th 6:00-8:30 PM

Hospice of Cincinnati, Administration Building 4360 Cooper Road
Cincinnati, OH 45242

Registration is Required: 513-246-9208 or

Goldstein Family Grief Center

Grieving with Intention Workshop Series

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