Grief, Grit and Gratitude: Developing Resilience in the Face of Climate Crisis
Saturday, April 18 from 1 pm to 4:30 pm
Sliding scale: $10 – $25. No one turned away due to cost.
In the face of the growing social, political and ecological challenges of our era, it is important for us to have focused times and safe spaces to anchor our connection with what deeply matters within ourselves and with the world we care about. This workshop is based in part on the work of Joanna Macy. It will offer an opportunity for sharing the many emotions which arise: grief, shock, anger, guilt, etc.in a small group setting surrounded by creativity and nature. This can help us find gratitude, meaning and resiliency in order to actively move forward together.
About the facilitator…
Jan Inglis has a background as an adult educator and therapist and was co-director of the Calgary Integrative Body Psychotherapy Institute. She has designed and facilitated public engagement processes, at times incorporating popular theatre and creative arts. She has spent many years as a climate educator in both grassroots and academic setting and her PhD focused on the social economic paradigms underlying climate change. She has worked with Joanna Macy’s concepts of despair and transformation since the 1980’s.