February 1 – 4, 2019
Sheraton San Diego Hotel and Marina
1380 Harbor Island Drive
San Diego, CA 92101
Dr. Lockhart will offer the Keynote & a Writing Workshop titled Tracing Your Heart to Awaken Your Touch. In this two part workshop participants will gain a better understanding of their ability to engage in transformative work in the lives of others by engaging in transformative work in their own lives utilizing personal plot as the tool.
Saturday, March 2, 2019
5:30 - 6:30pm
International Expressive Arts Therapy Association Conference
Double Tree Berkeley Marina
Have you ever found yourself trying to hold your peace because your student or client has made some offhand comment about your race, gender, sexual identity or other aspects of your identity? This brief interactive session is designed for practitioners who have or anticipate finding themselves in ethical dilemmas associated with students' or clients' cultural incompetence.
Dr. Lockhart will present this interactive poster session and you as participants will:
* Learn more about microaggressions through the experience of others in the helping professions.
* Express and gain insight into microaggressions you’ve experienced with your students and clients.
* Collect expressive writing tools that may be helpful in addressing these issues.
* Create a personalized set of actions and protocol for addressing microaggressions and cultural identity issues in the future.
May 11, 2019
The MindGarden - Deborah Armstrong, PhD Director
3 Wonderwood Drive, Greenville, SC 29615
This fun yet insightful writing and art expression workshop is designed to help mothers and daughters consider the relationship they have had and reach for the relationship they want. Each participant will use Dr. Lockhart's storytelling technique, personal plot, to write two short scenes: one from a pivotal moment in the past in their relationship with the other person, and one of their future desired relationship. To complete the expression, participants will create a diorama museum piece that offers literal or abstract representation of their future desired relationship.
Fee: $150 per mother daughter pair, covers workshop, materials, and refreshments. Maximum number of pairs 10 (20 participants),
STAY TUNED - REGISTRATION OPENS IN FEBRUARY
May 19 - May 26, 2019
Deadline April 13, 2019
Dr. Lockhart will facilitate a weeklong fiction and memoir workshop utilizing her book The Soul of the Full-Length Manuscript.
Doe Branch Ink is a retreat for Writers and other Artists located on 110 acres nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. Doe Branch offers an engaging, hands-on workshop experiences in a relaxing, supportive, purposeful and distraction-free environment. Fees cover lodging, catered meals, refreshments and tuition. Our caterer can accommodate any dietary restrictions. The area is bucolic with wooded hillsides, flowing streams and abundant hiking trails. The Appalachian Trail is nearby and runs through the town of Hot Springs. We are 30 miles and 45 minutes from downtown Asheville, and similarly close to Greeneville, TN.
Open Enrollment (Limit of 10)
$1000 single occupancy
$800 double occupancy
Fees include all meals, refreshments, lodging and tuition.
Private Consultation - 5 Session Block of 2 hr Sessions $400 or One 2 hr Session $100
Zelda Lockhart holds a PhD in expressive therapies, and is a registered expressive arts consultant and educator. She utilizes the literary arts with other art forms as adjunct to help folks do one of two things:
These goals sound similar, because healing transformation and literary product are an outcome of each, but the primary goal of the first is the manuscript with healing transformation as a secondary outcome, and the primary goal of the second is the healing transformation with some literary writing as the secondary outcome.
Location: Via Zoom or Google Hangouts.
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LaVenson Press is devoted to helping women and girls of color take ownership of their stories through publication. To that end, LaVenson Press hosts publishing workshops, and publishes a yearly literary magazine and anthologies that highlights the poetry, memoir, and fiction of women and girls of color.