January 12, 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
RSVP to Diana Rivera at email@example.com
This workshop explores the role of intuition in one’s personal, professional and creative life. Diana Rivera and Paula Perlman bring to you a dynamic and therapeutic workshop that will fuse an experimental arts-integrated experience, including movement, meditation, writing, art and engaging dialogue. Participants will increase awareness over the multidimensional ways intuition may (or may not) be guiding choices, decisions and the perception of possibilities. Participants will leave with increased access to and awareness of their own internal conversation on the part intuition plays in their life.
*Wear comfortable clothing, bring any writing materials and/or healthy snacks you would like*
Diana Rivera is a leading creativity coach, facilitator and specialist who uses creative practices, coaching models and contemporary research in psychology to create profound purpose and direction for her students and clients. Diana develops innovative multi-week, arts integration programs for children, adolescents and teachers. Diana is presently seeking her PhD in psychology with an emphasis in creativity and clinical practices. Her research interests include flow and blocks to creative process, the state of work-life balance for creative professionals, the arts impact on innovation and economy, the origin and function of imagination, the multiple dimensions of self in personality and their pertinence to mental health.
Paula Perlman, BC-DMT, CLMA, LMFT, a Board Certified Dance/Movement Therapist, Marriage and Family Therapist and certified Laban Movement Analyst, teaches creative dance with children in a private school and Inner-City Arts, works with seniors at Sunrise Assisted Living and leads creativity and Authentic Movement retreats for adults. She is a faculty member at the Center for Movement Education and Research instructing in the graduate level Alternate Route Training for Dance/Movement Therapy, is co-creator of a professional development program: ‘Access to Learning through Dance & Movement.’Her extensive background in community mental health in the 1980s and 1990s, present commitment to arts in education and ongoing training in dance, dance therapy and healing combine to make her a solid, compassionate person and leader.