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Dealing With Life’s Transitions

as part of Art of Wellness
intention stick
  • November 18th 2020 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Please note that for your safety, capacity is limited to 10 participants per session.

  • The Conservatory
  • Free - RSVP required.

The Art of Wellness, facilitated by Licensed Creative Arts Therapist Candace Rivela, is an opportunity to connect with fellow community members around themes of resilience, health, and wellness in a non-judgmental space to grow and heal. Group Creative Arts Therapy encourages the exploration of one’s self in relation to others, promotes a flow of creative energy, and allows for the fluid exchange of ideas and emotions unbound by the limits of verbal expression. It is our goal with these free and creative sessions to provide a safe space for people to connect, communicate, and create with peers who share interests. 

Many of us have had to adapt and adjust to the "new normal" brought about by the pandemic. As we begin transitioning back to work and school, it’s important to set intentions that will help re-energize us and keep us moving forward, as we let go of all that no longer serves us. Making an intention stick is an enjoyable mindfulness practice that allows us to connect with nature. The end result is a colorful, tangible reminder of what you want to accomplish. 

To attend this session, please RSVP using the form below. Please note that for your safety, capacity for this event is extremely limited.

About The Program:

Group Creative Arts Therapy encourages the exploration of one’s self in relation to others, promotes a flow of creative energy, and allows for the fluid exchange of ideas and emotions unbound by the limits of verbal expression. Group sessions will explore specific themes around wellness. Art of Wellness is designed for adults to practice optimal well-being in body and mind.

Meet Your Teaching Artist:

Candace Rivela

Candace Rivela is a Board Certified, Licensed Creative Arts Therapist. She received a bachelor's degree in Fine Arts from SUNY New Paltz and a master's degree in Art Therapy and Creativity Development from Pratt Institute. Candace is the Lead Teaching Artist in Museum Education and Creation Programs at Bethel Woods, helping to further development of the Teaching Artist Program.