Intro to SoulCollageĀ® with Maryann F.

Thursday, June 30, 2022 1:00 PM

About the Class: Recommended for guests who are new to SoulCollage® or are looking for a refresher on the basics. SoulCollage® is a fun, easy and creative collage process which uses everyday images, intuition and imagination to create a card with unique and personal meaning for the maker. A SoulCollage® workshop consists of two parts: making a SoulCollage® card and journaling to discover the card's narrative and meaning.  This creative process of visualization and art making is both healing and life-enhancing. No artistic experience is necessary! You need scissors and a glue stick to participate, the rest of the supplies will be mailed to you prior to the session. Maximum of 10 guests per session. Registration is on a first come, first serve basis. Please note: the duration of this session is approximately 90 minutes. 

To register, please email virtualguest@marysplacebythesea.org

About the Practitioner: After many years as a stay-at-home Mom, Maryann received a Bachelor Degree in Social Work from Georgian Court University. She worked in both non-profit and direct services agencies serving vulnerable women, children and the elderly; and some years later, received a Master Degree in Social Work from Monmouth University. In 2013, as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker serving ICU patients in a local hospital, Maryann was introduced to the SoulCollage® process at a conference on the use of art therapy with the bereaved. Several years later, Maryann became a SoulCollage® Facilitator and has been utilizing SoulCollage® as an effective complementary therapy in her private practice. She also educates mental health professionals and healthcare staff on the benefit of using SoulCollage® as a personal self-care practice. Maryann is most grateful for the blessings of her husband of 50 years, her three children and their spouses, and six amazing grandchildren. Maryann recently retired from private practice and is proud to offer SoulCollage® to the guests of Mary’s Place by the Sea.