This workshop will be hosted online as part of our virtual event series.
From the host: “Your story matters. This workshop will explore the power of our personal stories and personal writing. In these six sessions we will embark on finding, writing, and sharing our stories while learning writing practices that lead us to personal resilience and renewal—especially helpful now! We will hone our unique voice, learn to reframe our stories, and explore how to bring positive insights to our work. There will be prompts to inspire your writing as well as opportunities to share your work in an accepting environment. This workshop will engage writers of all levels, novice to advanced. Join us to write the stories you need to tell. Join us to silence the voice of your inner critic. Join us for inspiration and connection. Enrollment is limited."
Materials for the class: Please bring a pen and a journal/notebook/computer to write on. Many of the activities come from
The Story You Need to Tell. If you have a copy, please bring it as well, but it is not required. If you don’t have a copy of Sandra's book The Story You Need to Tell: Writing to Heal from Trauma, Illness, or Loss, please consider purchasing a copy here.
For information about participating in our virtual workshops, please see our FAQ page.
ABOUT THE HOST
- Cost: $120 per person, for six (6) sessions.
- Six sessions: 10am-12pm Thursdays, October 14, 21, 28 | November 4, 11, 18.
- Space is limited. Register below.
- Refunds will not be issued within one day of the event.
Sandra Marinella, MA and MEd, is an award-winning writing teacher and author of The Story You Need to Tell
, an inspirational guide to transformational story-sharing and writing. She has taught thousands of students and presented hundreds of writing workshops. Her articles have appeared in The English Journal, The Arizona English Bulletin, Seventeen, Well-Being Journal,
and Psychology Today
’s blog. Her work with writers and cancer patients shows how writing our stories can lead to resilience and renewal—especially during challenging times. When her work was studied at the Mayo Clinic, her methods were found to lower stress and pain while dramatically improving the moods and the well-being of her students. Profits from her work support cancer research. You can learn more at www.storyyoutell.com