Mental Health Check-In For Artists & Arts Workers: Helping Yourself While Helping Others

Mental Health Check-In For Artists & Arts Workers: Helping Yourself While Helping Others

TYPE: BEING SCENE 2021, MENTAL HEALTH CHECK-IN

This is a free, peer-support check-in, lead by Workman Artist Amanda Lederle. A (cyber)space for artists and arts workers who are coping with self-isolation during COVID-19.

Mental Health Check-In For Artists & Arts Workers: Helping Yourself While Helping Others
With Amanda Lederle
Friday, March 12, 3-4 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 5th

Amanda
Lederle
Facilitator

Amanda Lederle (they/them) is a Toronto-based artist and facilitator. Amanda is influenced by their lived experience as a queer, person of colour with mental illness, and work towards personal growth. Their artistic work uses the form of illustrated maps and mixed media to explore identity and connection. Amanda is also the founder of CreateBeing, a company that focuses on creativity and mental health. You may see Amanda at events and training programs as an Active Listener, and serving on the Lived Experience Committee at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH). You can find more on AmandaLederle.com and CreateBeing.com, and on Instagram @AmandaLederle and @CreateBeing.

  • FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 3-4 PM
ZOOM

Link will be sent after registration

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