About Dream Sharing
Dream Sharing Virtual Circle is a TGM workshop series In this facilitated dream sharing group, we explore our dreams in an environment of mutual support. Participants are supported in sharing their own dreams and reflecting on the dreams of others. You don’t need to be a prolific dreamer to benefit from participation – this process is expansive and reflective for all participants. We’ll also share hints on how to cultivate a dream practice, including dream incubation, keeping a dream journal, and relating to your dreams through art.
Location and Time
We’ll meet virtually on Saturday mornings from 10:00 to 11:00.
This is an open group, so you can join us for one or more sessions.
Sessions are Oct. 29, Nov. 5, Nov. 12, Nov. 19, Nov 26, Dec. 3, and Dec. 10.
This group is offered on a pay-what-you-can basis.
- A dream journal to be used in one or all workshops is encouraged but is not required. This will be used to help document dreams and the processes shared in our group sessions.
- An Open Mind: We invite all attendees to come to our workshops with an open heart and mind to learn and grow in this newfound shared space.
Monday, November 7th 2022
Presented by: Dr. Karen McDowell
Rooted in mindfulness practices, meditative drawing is an in-the-moment activity that calms the nervous system, reduces anxiety, and helps with emotional regulation. This technique can be done anytime, anywhere, making it a really *handy* coping skill!
Monday, November 21st 2022
Presented by: Chloe McDowell & Dr. Karen McDowell
Continuing your art journaling mindfulness practice, this workshop will help you see the things around you in a whole new way. By printing repeating patterns using household items, we will practice grounding techniques and mindful printing practices.
Monday, December 5th 2022
Presented by: Monique Champagne & Dr. Karen McDowell
For anyone who has forgotten that they ARE already an artist, this workshop is for you. We’ll tackle journaling anxiety head on by approaching it with wild abandon – making a mess may be the best way to process your inner world. We’ll tackle journaling anxiety head on by approaching it with wild abandon – making a mess may be the best way to process your inner world.
About The Gracious Mind
The Gracious Mind Counseling and Wellness Center provides therapy, assessment, testing and group services to the community both in person and via tele-health. We are an identity-affirming, trauma-informed practice with a goal of removing as many barriers to access to mental health care for as many marginalized populations as possible. We offer sliding scale services for therapy and payment plans for our assessment services, and serve as a supervised practicum site for area universities such as UNT and TWU.
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