Mental Health Check-In for Black Artists & Art Workers

Mental Health Check-In for Black Artists & Art Workers

TYPE: BEING SCENE 2021, MENTAL HEALTH CHECK-IN

This is a free, peer-support check-in, led by Carine Diverlus. A (cyber)space for Black artists and arts workers who are coping with self-isolation during COVID-19.  Trans and Non-binary artists and arts workers are also welcome to join.

Mental Health Check-In for Black Artists & Art Workers
With Carine Diverlus
Tuesday, March 16, 6-7 PM on ZOOM*
To RSVP email kais_padamshi@workmanarts.com
(12 participants maximum – all others will be added to a waiting list for the next check-in date)
*video is optional if you wish to remain anonymous

Accessibility
If you have any accessibility requests or questions, please contact Justina Zatzman at justina_zatzman@workmanarts.com. ASL interpretation is available by request; if you require ASL interpretation, please let Justina know by March 9.

Carine M.
Diverlus
Facilitator

Carine M. Diverlus is a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying), whose work is centred around the reimagination and liberation of Black and brown communities’ healing and wellbeing. Holding a Master of Education in Global Mental Health and Counselling Psychology, Carine is dedicated to using both her educational foundation and lived experiences to offer safe spaces for folks to navigate through hardships and accomplishments, with recognition that we are all deserving of support through life’s very differing situations.

  • TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 6-7 PM
ZOOM

Link will be sent after registration

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