Sunday Healing Art Circle for Women at St. Paul’s United Methodist

“At the deepest level, the creative process and the healing process arise from a single source. When you are an artist, you are a healer; A wordless trust of the same mystery is the foundation of your work and its integrity.” – Dr. Rachel Naomi Remen

English-Spanish bilingual healing circles utilize art therapy exercises for healing work in room S-300 of the Sanctuary Building.  Different topics such as grief, loss, emotions, stress, etc. are explored in these circles.  No previous art experience needed. Materials are provided.

Sessions are open to anyone seeking healing and are co-facilitated by Fe y Esperanza minister Rev. Nataly Negrete and Helen Spaw who holds degrees in psychology and art therapy/creativity.

Agenda:
Social Time
Enter Circle – Welcome & Check In
Heart Sharing / Art
Harvesting
Close

Hosts: Rev. Nataly Negrete and Helen Spaw, M.P.S.

Thursday Healing Art Circle at St. Paul’s United Methodist

“At the deepest level, the creative process and the healing process arise from a single source. When you are an artist, you are a healer; A wordless trust of the same mystery is the foundation of your work and its integrity.” – Dr. Rachel Naomi Remen

English-Spanish bilingual healing circles utilize art therapy exercises for healing work in room S-300 of the Sanctuary Building.  Different topics such as grief, loss, emotions, stress, etc. are explored in these circles.  No previous art experience needed. Materials are provided.

Sessions are open to anyone and are co-facilitated by Fe y Esperanza minister Rev. Nataly Negrete and Helen Spaw who holds degrees in
psychology and art therapy/creativity.

Agenda:
Social Time
Enter Circle – Welcome & Check In
Heart Sharing / Art
Harvesting
Close

Hosts: Rev. Nataly Negrete and Helen Spaw, M.P.S.

Healing Art Circle – Thursdays

For the Fe y Esperanza Community of St. Paul’s

“At the deepest level, the creative process and the healing process arise from a single source. When you are an artist, you are a healer; A wordless trust of the same mystery is the foundation of your work and its integrity.” – Dr. Rachel Naomi Remen

This is a bilingual healing circle utilizing art therapy exercises for healing work.  We focus on a different topic each week such as grief, loss, emotions, stress, etc.  No previous art experience needed.  Materials are provided.

Attendance at this Healing Art Circle is by invitation only.  Interested in joining a new healing art circle?  Contact Helen for more information.

 

Agenda:
Social Time
Enter Circle – Welcome & Check In
Heart Sharing / Art
Harvesting
Close

Hosts: Rev. Nataly Negrete and Helen Spaw, M.P.S.

Healing Art Circle

For the Fe y Esperanza Community of St. Paul’s

“At the deepest level, the creative process and the healing process arise from a single source. When you are an artist, you are a healer; A wordless trust of the same mystery is the foundation of your work and its integrity.” – Dr. Rachel Naomi Remen

This is a bilingual healing circle utilizing art therapy exercises for healing work.  We focus on a different topic each week such as grief, loss, emotions, stress, etc.  No previous art experience needed.  Materials are provided.

Attendance at this Healing Art Circle is by invitation only.  Interested in joining a new healing art circle?  Contact Helen for more information.

 

Agenda:
Social Time
Enter Circle – Welcome & Check In
Heart Sharing / Art
Harvesting
Close

Hosts: Rev. Nataly Negrete and Helen Spaw, M.P.S.

Healing Art Circle

For the Fe y Esperanza Community of St. Paul’s

“At the deepest level, the creative process and the healing process arise from a single source. When you are an artist, you are a healer; A wordless trust of the same mystery is the foundation of your work and its integrity.” – Dr. Rachel Naomi Remen

This is a bilingual healing circle utilizing art therapy exercises for healing work.  We focus on a different topic each week such as grief, loss, emotions, stress, etc.  No previous art experience needed.  Materials are provided.

Attendance at this Healing Art Circle is by invitation only.  Interested in joining a new healing art circle?  Contact Helen for more information.

 

Agenda:
Social Time
Enter Circle – Welcome & Check In
Heart Sharing / Art
Harvesting
Close

Hosts: Rev. Nataly Negrete and Helen Spaw, M.P.S.

Mindfulness: Learning to stop and smell the roses

This presentation will be part of the PIKNIC series. PIKNIC stands for Partners In Knowledge, News In Cancer and is an informal educational forum that provides patients, caregivers, family members, volunteers, faculty and staff an opportunity to hear about those issues, needs and concerns relevant to the cancer experience.

When and where is PIKNIC? This one will be at the Mays Clinic, Floor 2, near The Tree Sculpture, The Learning Center (ACB2.1120)

Anything else? Oh, yes! Lunch is provided for the first 15 patients and family members.

This presentation will be conducted by:
Bill Baun, MS
Wellness Consultant
HR Total Rewards Benefits
M.D. Anderson

A program of Volunteer Services and Merchandising.

Women’s Healing Art Circle (3rd Thursdays) at St. Paul’s United Methodist

This woman’s circle is for women of all ages interested in being a part of a community that provides support and  space for healing through life’s transitions.  This Circle is held on the 3rd Thursday of each month from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. except for Holidays.  This Circle is hosted in room S-300.

The Healing Art Circles are co-facilitated by Rev. Nataly Negrete and Helen Spaw. Rev. Negrete is the Fe y Esperanza minister; Spaw holds a masters in Art Therapy from New York’s Pratt Institute.

Please RSVP to Helen at hspaw@stpaulshouston.org.

 

Divorce Care Bilingual Healing Art Circle at St. Paul’s United Methodist (3rd Sundays)

“Art is a constant agent of transformation and is indeed the soul’s drive to health.”
– Cathy Malchiodi, The Soul’s Palette: Drawing on Art’s Transformative Powers for Health and Well-Being

 This Healing Art Circle will utilize art therapy exercises for individuals who are processing and healing from divorce.  Sessions are free and open for anyone to join at any time; a Spanish version of this Circle is available as an option.  This Circle is held every third Sunday from 11:05 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. except for Holidays in room J-202 in the Jones Building.

The Healing Art Circles are co-facilitated by Rev. Nataly Negrete and Helen Spaw. Rev. Negrete is a minister at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church; Spaw holds a masters in Art Therapy from New York’s Pratt Institute.

Please RSVP to Helen at hspaw@stpaulshouston.org.

Guardian: Nataly Negrete
Host: Helen Spaw

Women’s Healing Art Circle (4th Thursdays) at St. Paul’s United Methodist

This woman’s circle is for women of all ages interested in being a part of a community that provides support and  space for healing through life’s transitions.  This Circle is held on the 4th Thursday of each month from 11:05 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. except for Holidays.  This Circle is hosted in room S-300.

The Healing Art Circles are co-facilitated by Rev. Nataly Negrete and Helen Spaw. Rev. Negrete is the Fe y Esperanza minister; Spaw holds a masters in Art Therapy from New York’s Pratt Institute.

Please RSVP to Helen at hspaw@stpaulshouston.org.

 

Women’s Healing Art Circle (Thursdays) at St. Paul’s United Methodist

This woman’s circle is for women of all ages interested in being a part of a community that provides support and  space for healing through life’s transitions.  This Circle is held every 1st and 3rd Thursday from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. except for Holidays.  This Circle is hosted in room S-300.

The Healing Art Circles are co-facilitated by Rev. Nataly Negrete and Helen Spaw. Rev. Negrete is the Fe y Esperanza minister; Spaw holds a masters in art therapy and creativity from New York’s Pratt Institute.

Please RSVP to Helen at hspaw@stpaulshouston.org.