A Weekend Workshop Intensive
Kathleen Horne, Victoria Domenichello-Anderson, Tamara Teeter Knapp
What if you could harness all the power of your inner critic and turn it to positive energy?
Join us May 4-6, 2017
We all have those harsh inner critical voices that stop us in our tracks at times, prevent us from taking risks, and inhibit authentic, creative expression. How we manage and relate to those seemingly negative energies impacts our quality of life, our ability to express our creativity, and our willingness to follow our longing.
When we begin to foster a relationship with our inner critic, listen to what it is trying to say, and shift it’s energy into something positive, huge creative leaps become possible.
In this weekend intensive, the 3 of us will guide you in the powerful, moving, and fun (yes, fun!!) process of transforming your inner critic through full engagement in the expressive arts. You will paint, write, move, act, drum, and more. During the course of the 3 days, your inner critic will change form and become your ally.
Dates and Times: Thursday May 4, 5-9 pm; Friday May 5 and Saturday May 6: 9-6 pm.
CEU’s for LMHC, LCSW, LMFT and EAFI elective credit available.
Please read cancellation policy here
Are you ready to harness the energy of your inner critic and allow it to work for, instead of against, you?
This weekend workshop evolved out of a process that Kathleen Horne and Victoria Domenichello-Anderson created several years ago, with powerful results. We have now created an updated and expanded version, with additional elements and modalities, and we are excited to bring to you now!
Here is Amy’s experience with the original process.
Amy – Image 1
Amy – Image 2
I participated in “Transforming Your Inner Critic” in 2010, and to this day, honor the images and discoveries from that experience. The series guided me through the untangling of my inner critic; diving into how it had materialized and served to sabotage my creativity and dreams. Transforming the inner critic evolved into a tangible, joyful image, “Madame Critique”. She is my constant companion. The insights gained from this workshop and the many that followed, have empowered and changed my life.
Amy Thompson MSW, Expressive Arts Facilitator,Graduate of Expressive Arts Florida Institute
Madame Critique by Amy Thompson