Journal Writing: Free Your Creative Voice through Journal Writing with Peller Marion
1100 E Street
This is an online class.
Please register in advance here.
After registering you will get a confirmation email with a password and link to join.
Journaling instructor, Peller Marion, presents a 3-class workshop series that will help you explore your personal story. As usual, all library programs are free!
Monday, June 22, 1:00 – 3:00 pm.
Monday, July 27, 1:00 – 3:00 pm.
Monday, August 24, 1:00 – 3:00 pm.
Discover a portal into your creative voice. Journaling helps you make sense out of your life, gather yourself and reflect, dig deep and discover what you really think and feel, figure out who you used to be and how you got to be who you are today, connect the dots of your life, and keep the door open to sparks and fireworks of original ideas.
Please have a blank journal, sketchbook and pen handy, or use a computer if you prefer.
PELLER MARION, is the author of Shark Attack and Other Mishaps, Shopping Lessons, Searching for the G Spot, Crisis Proof Your Career, Career Tune Up, and her forthcoming book: Age of Grace, Challenges to Attaining Elder Wisdom.
Peller received her doctorate degree at University of Massachusetts and was a professor of expressive therapies at Lesley University in Cambridge. She earned her MFA in fine arts at University of Washington. She is on the faculty of Dominican University Graduate School.
She has led workshops at Esalen Institute, Book Passage in Corte Madera, and the O’Hanlon Center in Mill Valley, and leads workshops nationally. She was an artist in residence in Rhode Island and Massachusetts schools.
Ex-president, board member, and member of the O’Hanlon Center since 1988, Peller facilitated the Artists’ Roundtable at OHCA, a monthly forum for exhibiting artists in The Gallery shows, and has had four one women shows at OHCA in the last ten years and four shows in New York City.
Her writing has appeared in The Corporate Transition Newsletter, Money Magazine, the Wall Street Journal, the Art Therapy Journal and has been excerpted in literary, psychological, and educational publications.
She is the publisher of Artemis Arts Library, San Francisco and has been a management consultant to corporations for thirty years.
Dr. Peller Marion is an organizational psychologist in San Francisco and Marin County. She specializes in guiding executives through personal and professional transitions and corporate teams through difficult real-time management issues.
For more information about Peller: http://pellermarion.com/biography.html