This innovative 7 session psychotherapeutic programme integrates restorative yoga, self-compassion skills, and mind-body medicine to cultivate resilience in artists and cultural workers. The Practicum is led by Dr. Chase McMurren, Medical Director, Psychotherapist and Restorative Yoga Teacher, who also designed the programme.
Each week you will participate in:
- developing a restorative yoga practice (no yoga experience or supplies required)
- learning and practicing self-compassion skills
- crafting a personal self-care stewardship practice, incorporating mind-body medicine approaches (ex. acupressure, visualisation and emotional-freedom technique)
While participating in the practicum is covered by OHIP, an $80 deposit is required. The fee will be refunded if you attend all sessions.
The Practicum will run on the following dates. Each series will have a few days of intake meetings in the week or two preceding.
- 25 January – 8 March, 1 – 5PM | Intake: January 18 + 19 2018
- 31 May – 12 July
- 26 July – 6 September
- 4 October – 15 November
If you are interested in participating in the next series, please click this link to review the intake criteria to see if this practicum may be a good fit for you: https://ocean.cognisantmd.com/intake/IntakePortal.html?eReqRef=7f0375d3-148c-4c27-91d4-cae959797685
For any questions, please contact Matt Eldridge, Clinic Coordinator, The Al & Malka Green Artists’ Health Centre at 416-603-5263.
Resilience and Abuse in Arts Training
April 18, 2018
Dr. Ashley Stirling and Dr. Beth McCharles team up to deliver this double bill on the delicate task of training young performers to fulfill their potential. Join us for two presentations and a Q&A. Sticks and Stones Can Break My Bones and Words Can Really Hurt Me: Abusive Coaching in Sport and ...