This therapeutic art workshop with Sara Roizen is a unique offering to pause, connect, and create some inner emotional space through supportive art making processes, mindfulness based meditation, and group reflection. Through mindful art-making, we will deepen our sense of belonging within ourselves and others at a time when we may need it most. All art materials will be provided and no previous art experience is needed.
Sara Roizen is an artist and art therapist based in Beverly. As a certified mindfulness and meditation teacher and advanced trauma practitioner, she integrates mindfulness and trauma-informed practices into her art therapy work. Sara has brought art therapy into many settings, including psychiatric hospitals, homeless shelters, synagogues, and schools.
All attendees must register in advance by November 30. The event will be hybrid, and materials will be distributed to attendees ahead of time if they plan to participate remotely.
Sponsored by Beth El’s Inclusion Committee with funding from the Ruderman Family Foundation.