We had a fantastic session on January 26, 2015:
CONNECTIONS & CREATIVITY USING VALUES, MINDMAPPING and AUTHENTIC NETWORKING
Announcing our next Connections and Creativity session:
THE INNER CRITIC
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Laura Mack and Kat Thorsen invite you to experience a deeper connection to self, tap into your creativity and connect with others at a truly authentic level in their new series: Connections and Creativity. Laura and Kat share tools and practices with you, in an experiential format that will enrich your personal and professional lives. And, if you value FUN, then this is the right event for you!
Welcome to Connections and Creativity!
February 23, 2015
CONNECTIONS & CREATIVITY:
THE INNER CRITIC, WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE?
On February 23, 2015, we will be gathering at the Centre for Peace at the corner of Burrard and 16th from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM to dive deep into the exploration of The Inner Critic.
This exciting 2.5 hour interactive gathering will examine the the question:
HOW IS YOUR INNER CRITIC LIMITING YOUR PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL LIFE?
During the evening, we will take you through a series of delicious tools that guide you to:
• Define “The Inner Critic” as it means to you
• Reflect on those definitions in group
• Use humorous and profound creative expression tools to ask your Inner Critic:
Who do you think you are?
• Shift your thinking as you address your Inner Critic with compassion
• Take away action plans to build on your new relationship with your Inner Critic.
We will provide you with all the supplies you need! Tea will be provided. We encourage you to bring your own snacks!
Laura Mack is a business consultant, facilitator and writer. She has a broad understanding of both the rewards and challenges of entrepreneurial life as well as the corporate and non-profit sectors. She is passionate about sharing her experiences with ‘netweaving’, actively connecting those with similar interests and activities. She also is a volunteer facilitator of restorative justice with the North Shore Restorative Justice Society.
Katarina (Kat) Thorsen, is an artist, craftivist and therapeutic art facilitator, passionate in her belief that art can heal and build connections. Kat specializes in arts-based programming for at-risk youth and young offenders. Her interactive art events and street art encourages participants to become part of the creative process. Kat’s own artwork can be found in private collections in North America and Europe. She published her first book, Drawn Together- Maintaining Connections and Navigating Life’s Challenges with Art, in 2013. Her next book is a true crime analysis in the form of a graphic novel. Kat resides in Vancouver, Canada.
TESTIMONIAL FOR CONNECTIONS AND CREATIVITY:
Kat and Laura bring together a wealth of experience from two very different but wonderfully compatible approaches to coaching and facilitation. They create a welcoming and safe space and draw on their passions of netweaving and creativity to encourage participants to engage with each and together explore the workshop content. Very inspiring stuff! I recommend these workshops to anyone open to learning a bit more about themselves and others as they build some useful life skills in a group environment. – James Thomas