Writing, Relaxation & Restoration

HOPE-Website-Icon-01HOPE Series Session
Looking for an opportunity to stop, rest, and reflect? Join us for an interactive session where we will practice creative writing activities that can be used for all ages and contexts based on one simple principle—write right where you are. Through guided prompts, expressive activities, and calming meditation, we invite you to experience the magical restoration that is possible simply by sitting down with your thoughts and feelings and letting the page hold the weight for you for a little while.

Note: The session will be followed by a ten-minute Q&A.

date:

Friday, December 9, 2022

time:

Noon to 1:30 pm Pacific Time (PT)

 

fee:

FREE

instructor(s):

Asia Moore, MSW

location:

This is an online program through Zoom. A welcome email, which includes the link to join the program, will be sent to you days before the program date. If you register after the three-day mark, we will send out an additional email with the link 48-hours before the program start time. If you register after the 24-hour mark, the program link will be updated here on this program page.

additional information:

Asia Moore, MA, holds a master’s degree in social work from the University of Southern California, with a specialization in Children and Families. Ms. Moore has worked as a clinical social worker in both educational and outpatient settings for eight years. Her areas of specialization include trauma and crisis intervention, identity development in children and adolescents, multiculturalism and multi-systemic advocacy, and the use of expressive healing arts. Over the past decade, Ms. Moore has utilized her own multi-cultural background and identity as a storyteller to bring expressive arts to the most minoritized and marginalized populations ranging from K-12 settings, community college and university contexts, detention centers and prisons, and just about anywhere you can find someone being overlooked, unheard, and undervalued. Ms. Moore is currently completing her doctoral study in Positive Developmental Psychology and Evaluation at Claremont Graduate University to continue advocating for expressive arts as a transformational healing opportunity for the low-income, BIPOC communities of which she considers herself a proud product. Regardless of which professional hat you may find her wearing, Asia Moore is passionate about translating what works best for children and families with the most need and providing the incredible people who serve these communities with the best tools to empower, uplift, and transform the lives of the upcoming generations.
This is an online program through Zoom. If you are new to this platform, watch a how-to tutorial here.

The program will begin promptly at noon PT, and we will open the waiting room ten minutes prior to starting. We encourage you to join at 11:50 am PT, so that you have time to potentially troubleshoot any connectivity issues before the beginning of the program.

By registering, you give UCLArts & Healing approval to record this event, still and/or moving images from which may appear in printed materials or digital channels for archival, educational, or promotional purposes.

Note that Zoom breakout rooms are not recorded.
For more information, and for any questions, please email info@uclartsandhealing.org or call us at (310) 452-1439.

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