“Faith is the strength by which a shattered world shall
emerge into the light.”
~ Helen Keller
These three ‘S-es’ are mentioned often in our daily lives. How much do we truly stop to explore the influence they have on us? When do we wonder about the impact we have on them? Do we even realize how much we can effect change in our lives? Stress does not have to happen to us. We can channel our innate and cultivated strengths to help direct our path. The world has many places where we can find and connect with our spiritual selves.
This session will allow for an in depth focus on these three themes of stress, strengths and spirituality. Art-making and writing will afford an artistic review of participants’ current stressors from both positive and negative sources, provide an opportunity to visually identify strengths within, and explore representations of spiritual supports that exist around us.
Basic art materials provided but participants are welcome to bring their own additional drawing and collage supplies if desired. No previous art experience required, only an openness to creative expression and self-discovery.
Lindsey Taucher, MA, LPC
Oct 12 (Th)
$40 (Pre-registration is required.)
Lindsey Taucher, MA, LPC is a Texas Licensed Professional Counselor. She completed her Master of Art in Art Therapy at The George Washington University in 1997, working in DC until returning to Austin in 1999 to work as an art therapist in Bastrop County. Lindsey has been providing academic advising at St. Edward’s University since 2000 and community based mental health counseling through Blue Sky Abilities since 2013. She enjoys self-care through movies, sprint triathlons, reading and exploring Austin music and the arts with her family. Lindsey also volunteers with Austin Center for Grief & Loss, Drive a Senior South Austin and the cooking and baking ministry of St. Ignatius, Martyr.