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The Artist's Way

 
Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.
— Pablo Picasso

credit:  Caitlin Connelly  | Sorting Through Truth & Fiction

credit: Caitlin Connelly | Sorting Through Truth & Fiction

 
 

The Artist's Way Course

If The Artist's Way, by Julia Cameron, has been sitting on your shelf for years, this workshop is for you. If you've never heard of the book and yearn to dive into your creativity, this workshop is also for you. 

The Artist's Way has been called "the seminal book on the subject of creativity" and "an invaluable guide to living the artist's life." The Artist's Way Course is a 12-week therapy group. This closed group is an opportunity to explore your connection to your creative spirit in a safe, supportive space. Here are the details:We hope you you'll join us for this proven process that opens up hearts and minds to bigger dreams! 

In this 12-week course you will:

  • Learn to let go of perfectionism and allow your ideas to flow
  • Immerse yourself in a like-minded group of supportive people
  • Allow more creativity and joy into your life
  • You may also discover hidden interests & talents you never knew you had! 

What will I receive?

  • 12 Weekly 1.5 Hour Facilitated Group Meetings

  • The Artist's Way book by Julia Cameron 

  • Weekly Assignments and Support

What is the investment?

  • $350 (or 3 installments of $125)
  • Preregistration is required; space is limited to 9 participants
 

 
Please note that The Artist's Way Course is not counseling or psychotherapy and is not a substitute for treatment.  
 
 
 

 

upcoming courses

The Artist's way COURSE OUTLINE


RECOVERING A SENSE OF SAFETY

Shadow Artists, Core Negative Beliefs, Affirmations

RECOVERING A SENSE OF IDENTITY

Poisonous Playmates, Crazymakers, Nigel the Inner Critic and the Act of Attention

RECOVERING A SENSE OF POWER

Syncronicity, Shame and Criticism

RECOVERING A SENSE OF INTEGRITY

Writing Prayers and Media Deprivation

RECOVERING A SENSE OF POSSIBILITY

Limits, Wishing and The Virtue Trap

RECOVERING A SENSE OF ABUNDANCE

Money, Luxury, Counting and God's Will

RECOVERING A SENSE OF CONNECTION

Perfectionism and Thinking ideas up vs. Getting ideas down

RECOVERING A SENSE OF STRENGTH

Age, Time, Creative Loss and the Ivory Power

RECOVERING A SENSE OF COMPASSION

Enthusiasm, Creative U-turns and Blasting Through Blocks

RECOVERING A SENSE OF SELF-PROTECTION

Competition, Work, and Finding Balance

RECOVERING A SENSE OF AUTONOMY

Movement and Defining Success

RECOVERING A SENSE OF FAITH

Escape Velocity and a Final Prayer

 

 
Read a Review: An Artist's Way in an Age of Self-Promotion -By Carrie Battan (NewYorker.com)