Dates: 10/3/20, 17/3/20, 24/3/20, 31/3/20, 7/4/20
Time: 9:30am – 12:00pm
Feel welcome to come and join us for this ‘no experience necessary’ workshop.
Write, share stories, create with fellow community members.
Be guided by Rosie and learn the importance of journaling in times of stress. No need to bring anything along – just yourself. Expert tuition, all materials and refreshments provided.
This workshop is FREE for local community members .
About your workshop facilitator – Rosie Rowlands:
Rosie Rowland trained as a paediatric and general nurse in Scotland before emigrating to Australia, where she worked at the women’s and children’s hospital in Adelaide. Rosie completed a post graduate diploma in health counselling at the University of South Australia and then joined Anglicare in 2001 as a Family Support Practitioner.Rosie worked with the Supporting Families team until June 2019 when she retired to spend more time at her home in the Adelaide hills.During her time at Anglicare in addition to her counselling work, she set up and ran creative writing groups for women. These groups were so successful that in partnership with Country Health SA and the University of South Australia, she won a grant to create and publish a book of the women’s writings to be used as a therapeutic tool.Rosie continues to be passionate about art journaling and the therapeutic affects of creative writing.
This workshop will take place upstairs in Building 14 at Fabrik, in the former Woollen Mill . Look out for directional signs on the day.
Tea, coffee and little morning tea provided. Feel welcome to bring along your lunch to stay and eat after the workshop with the group.
For any other inquiries, please contact Rene` at Fabrik via email at firstname.lastname@example.org