On-Line Workshops (on hiatus for the holidays: new day/time TBA soon)  

Charlotte leads a free hour-long on-line workshop every week. No sign-up is needed - come to one or come to many, as you are able! Because we know it can be nerve-wracking to do anything for the first-time, we made this video to take away the mystery.  Here, Charlotte explains how a workshop unfolds.

 
Writing and listening to others has helped me to not feel so isolated. I feel like I’m understood when I share. I don’t feel embarrassed by what I’m writing. Listening to others has resonated with my own struggle. You’ve given me a voice. I am so looking forward to every workshop. I feel I’ve found part of my tribe with you.
— Patricia
I’ve come alive in this workshop. I’ve missed my feelings. Thank you!
— Workshop Participant
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First Thoughts

 

 

 

 

 

Tell me what would do the job.

Tell me a beautiful light.

Right away, after awhile

the week before, time. 

  That was alright.

Except for the hunks of hair

Suddenly, almost, kind of.       

What should I do?        

Tell me a circle of angels

Tell me what you're willing 

to part with.      - Olivet Workshop Group

 

 

 

How does the technology work?

Our on-line class is held on Blackboard - it has a simple interface and is easy to use. Charlotte will start each workshop with a brief tutorial, and you can always ask questions.  

On this brief video, Betsy takes you on a tour.


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On-Location Workshops

Charlotte is currently leading in-person workshops in Charlottesville at the University of Virginia Emily Couric Cancer Center and Sentara's Martha Jefferson Hospital.  To view our current workshop calendar, click here.

Additional workshops and exciting new partnerships are in the works.  Stay tuned.

Have questions or an idea for a new collaboration?  Email us.