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Fostering Renewal through Art & the Spiral Practice - 3/22/24

Fostering Renewal through Art & the Spiral Practice - 3/22/24

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Friday, March 22, 2024


Noon to 1:30 pm Pacific Time (PT)


Amy Lister, RP(Q), DTATI, PCC, OCT


Whether you are a parent, teacher, therapist, or anyone experiencing stress or exhaustion as a caregiver, this online session invites you to explore, create, and find nourishment in the turning of life's seasons. Integrating art making with the Spiral Practice, a four-stage process from the Work That Reconnects, we’ll connect with expressing our gratitude, our pain, our resilience, and walk away with an inspired, renewed energy to bring to our life and work.

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Instructor Bio

Weaving together expertise as a teacher, facilitator, and coach into her psychotherapy and art therapy practice, Amy Lister, RP(Q), DTATI, PCC, OCT offers a blend of care, creativity and connection in her work with clients. In psychotherapy sessions, she takes a person-centered approach integrating conversation, silence, reflection, body-based, and mindfulness-compassion-based practices. In art therapy sessions, she explores nature, art materials, and found objects in creative process and artmaking as part of the psychotherapy wellness journey. As a facilitator of the Work That Reconnects, developed by root teacher Joanna Macy, she offers groups and workshops to help people practice moving through places of pain and overwhelm into active hope and deeper inspired action, together. 

Along with her degree in outdoor and experiential education, a masters in holistic education, and post graduate diplomas in executive coaching and art psychotherapy, her experience as a parent and caregiver of aging parents help to balance the theory and practice of well-being in her approach to therapeutic work. Throughout her life the expressive arts have helped to process big feelings and make meaning during times of loss, transition, and struggle. Amy enjoys bringing people together to share stories, wisdom, and inspiration in support of one another. 

To learn more about Amy, please visit her website

Materials - What to Bring

Some optional materials you may enjoy having on hand to play with are: 

  • Journal 
  • Favorite pen or pencil 
  • Some natural found art supplies such as pine cones, sticks, a pebble, etc.
  • Some more traditional art supplies you may enjoy working with, such as collage materials, markers, pastels, or paints
  • A warm drink to keep you cozy 
  • A candle

Digital Media Release Policy

By registering, you give Arts & Healing Initiative approval to record this event, still and/or moving images from which may appear in printed materials or digital channels for archival, educational, or promotional purposes.

Note that Zoom breakout rooms are not recorded.