Group at Collaborative Psychotherapy
[Accepting New Members]
Realize Your Potential
Do you yearn to write? Do you long to be creative or more productive? Do you only flirt with writing from time to time? Do you occasionally take a writing class—only to find your motivation to write flagging once again? Professional writers as well as novices experience writing blocks and limits like these.
Marcia Weiss has formed a writer’s program, called “The Writing Practice,” to turn your writing dream into a creative reality. This program incorporates individual and group work to help you focus on the process of writing, rather than technique, to reduce conflicts in motivation and self-esteem.
The Writing Practice combines the focus of a writing group or class with the techniques and understanding of psychological complexities afforded by group therapy, to make a unique and growth-promoting experience for creative people.
Nourish your creative potential through developing yourself. Enhance your self-worth as you learn to relate to the creative process with greater perspective and self compassion. Emerge from writer’s block, and reconnect with the pleasure and value of writing.
- Writers of all levels welcome.
- Group is ongoing. New members accepted on a rolling basis.
This group meets:
- Every other Tuesday evening from 8:00 to 9:30 p.m. at our Cambridge location.
To Begin: For more information, please contact Marcia Weiss at 617.868.0660 or e-mail mew @ CollaborativePsychotherapy.com