Art Intake for Mental Wellness

Hosted By
Jessica S.
Monday, Apr 22, 2024 | 11:30am - 12:30pm PDT
11 seats remaining
About this meeting
Exploring the benefits of Art and Creativity for mental health wellness. An interactive group to explore creative ways to encourage mental wellness through Art.
  • Host

    Jessica S.

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  • Co-host

    Benjamin M.

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  • 2nd Co-host

    Carlo T.

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Recent reviews
Jess is just awesome. Today's group everyone was making art and laughing. It was a fun experience and a great reprieve from the stresses going on at the moment. We all look forward to her groups and sharing our art with each other. We also know that it will be a good time and inspire us to use creativity more in our mental health routines. Keep doing what you do!
Apr 24, 2024
Jess was joyful, cheerful and engaging
Mar 18, 2024
Really relaxing and fun therapeutic class. Learned some things I can do on my own. Coping skills. Thank you.
Feb 21, 2024
I love this group. Jess is very positive and compassionate. I can't wait to continue coming to this group. 😊
Jan 31, 2024
She was so positive and validating! I look forward to going to more of this group!
Jan 29, 2024
Jess is awesome!
Nov 13, 2023
It's always nice to be in the presence of kind, caring and compassionate support spaces, and Jess makes sure that energy is always present in her groups
Oct 18, 2023
Just a fun and energetic soul. She makes art fun and therapeutic.
Oct 02, 2023
No leadership skills!!
Oct 02, 2023
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Attendees (19)
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PRPSN offers peer-to-peer support to help individuals reach their personal goals, such as living independently, going to school, getting a job, having friends and enjoying life in the community, and advancing in their recovery. Each group is individualized and self-directed. Activities and curricula are created by the facilitators and group participants. While some groups direct conversations on specific recovery-based discussions, others focus on physical wellness and its connection to mental wellness, building socialization skills, and the exploration of varying coping methods ranging from arts and music to writing and much, much more!