Write Your Heart Out
a virtual writing group for women of a certain age
I will be starting another women's group called "Write Your Heart Out." Writing experience is not a prerequisite.
This group is for serious and non-serious writers, poets, and journal keepers. Its purpose is to create a safe space for sharing our writing and to learn how to use writing for self expression. We are not there to correct each other's writing - this group is for celebrating creativity, self healing, and community building.
This is a writing group for women who are committed to their psychological and spiritual growth. We will meet for 10 weeks with the potential for continuation. This will be a small group.
If you think you'd like to join us, please use the contact button below. We will set up an initial exploratory free telephone interview to see if this would be a good fit for you and the group. The total fee for participation is $600. A two-part payment plan is available if needed. Our start date is TBA - please reach out now if you are interested!
I believe there is a power that naturally occurs when women gather in a circle - even a virtual one on Zoom - for the purpose of mutual healing.
Women are human beings who are capable of giving birth through our bodies. We are the ones who typically feed and nurture the newborn and young children with the same kind of instinctual knowing that we hold the family and the community together. We are the gatherers, the ones who make the nest. Naturally there are a million variations and exceptions of how things actually go. But most women have an innate gift for connection and relationship, for beauty and harmony, for sisterhood and healing.
This can be enhanced when we meet together for the soul/sole purpose of supporting and listening to one another. As the leader, my role is to be as clear and honest as I can; to guide individuals while we each share the “talking stick.” My aim is to encourage women to express their truth while maintaining healthy boundaries. In my experience, groups can be powerful containers for personal growth as well as a joyful place for connecting.
I conduct small women’s groups of no more than six members. I invite you to request more information if you would like to inquire about being a part of one of these powerful, nurturing communities.