top of page

Wed, Jun 21

|

Minneapolis Central Library

FREE In-Person Workshop: Create an Illustrated Coping Tool (2 CE credits for MN LCSW)

When feeling depressed, anxious, or flooded with another emotion, it's hard to remember the strategies that can help us feel better. Making a list of these coping strategies is a good reminder. Creating an eye-catching illustrated list is even better. No previous drawing experience required!

Registration is closed
See other events
FREE In-Person Workshop: Create an Illustrated Coping Tool (2 CE credits for MN LCSW)
FREE In-Person Workshop: Create an Illustrated Coping Tool (2 CE credits for MN LCSW)

Time & Location

Jun 21, 2023, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Minneapolis Central Library, 300 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, MN 55401, Room S-275

Guests

About the event

When feeling depressed, anxious, or flooded with another emotion, it can be hard to remember (much less apply) the tools and strategies that can help us feel better. Creating a list of these strategies is a good idea. Creating an eye-catching, illustrated list is even better. Tape it to the wall or stick it on the fridge, where it can serve as a frequent reminder.

In this two-hour in-person workshop, interdisciplinary artist and educator Stephanie Watson will guide you step-by-step to create your own personalized list of coping activities, and offer strategies for sharing this tool with your patient population. You'll also learn additional drawing exercises that you can use in a clinical setting or group therapy. No previous drawing experience required! The vibe of this session is fun, nonjudgmental, and supportive. Two hours, in person, and worth 2 MN LCSW continuing ed credits. Course instructor is approved by the MN Board of Social Work (BOSW).

About Stephanie Watson

Stephanie is a published author, cartoonist and educator. She leads creative workshops within organizations, with a special focus on mental health orgs, treatment centers, and other support spaces. Her workshops use a mashup of artistic disciplines (drawing, writing and theater improv games) to help participants tap into the power of creative play, learn helpful strategies for processing emotions and stress, and develop creative problem-solving skills that are useful at work and out in the world. 

Creative workshops: www.createwithstephanie.com 

Children’s books: www.stephanie-watson.com

Share this event

Logo_AvenirBold_Small.jpg
bottom of page