Self Care Jamming

Self Care Jamming

Think of the old oxygen on a plane scenario - when there's an emergency on a plane, we are told to put the oxygen masks on ourselves first, before we help others. We can't help other people if we're struggling to breathe ourselves. As drama educators, self-care is vital, so that we can give the best to those around us when we need to. Come explore what self-care means to you and create your own blend of self-care! *Participants are required to bring their own washed and clean, empty jar for this art jamming session.

Price: $20/$25 (SDEA members/Non-Members)

Date: 19th November 2019

Time: 7-9pm

Venue: SDEA Office, Blk B, #04-02, Goodman Arts Centre

About Rosie McGowan

Rosie comes from an extensive history of working with young people using drama and theatre to explore potentially difficult and sensitive youth-related themes and issues. She has a masters in applied theatre and a masters in counselling and often combines her knowledge of these two fields throughout her practice. As a freelance applied theatre practitioner, facilitator and educator, Rosie has taught drama in numerous schools in Singapore. Rosie has run workshops and projects exploring themes of self-care, trauma, self-harm, communication and understanding mental health. She has also designed and run projects in two Singapore halfway houses - the Community Rehabilitation Centre, and The Turning Point. As a counsellor, Rosie specialises in addiction and trauma- working with various addictions, as well as family members of addicts and trauma survivors. She uses a mixture of cognitive and experiential tools throughout her practice.

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