Date & Time
6:00 pm - 7:45 pm
Every life is a unique, dynamic, unfolding, sacred story, but few of us try to figure out what our story is really about, who is writing our script, why we’ve selected certain roles, or how to become happier, more fully-expressed characters.
In this class for novices and habitual writers alike, we will practice structured writing exercises designed to help those of us who feel stuck, whether in a dead-end job, a challenging relationship, or stage of life. These exercises will provide a fresh perspective to imagine ourselves as the heroes of our own works-in-progress, with the power to transform and reclaim our personal narratives.
Come envision how you want your life story to unfold, explore your character arc, identifying ways to stretch and grow; “talk back” to the voices that get in your way, and weave the current chapter of your life into a meaningful story that helps you face your fears, change unproductive attitudes, and kick bad habits.
A Weekly Class
(4 Sessions) Tuesdays, January 7 – January 28, 2020, 6:00 – 7:45pm
Members $115/ Nonmembers $140
New York Open Center
Kim Schneiderman, LCSW is a psycho-spiritual counselor, former journalist, and an essayist on spiritual topics who currently counsels adults in private practice and through the Psychotherapy & Spirituality Institute. She is also the author of Step Out of Your Story: Writing Exercises to Reframe and Transform Your Life.