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I’m Possible Writing Workshops for Mothers and Families in Transition

Posted on 01 October 2015 by Jason

Sometimes the best way for people to work through and overcome major life transitions is to workshop their experiences and feelings about them on paper.
Melissa Gorgon Clark, a longtime Portland based writer and family advocate, is offering private, semi-private and group workshops to women and children in the throes of major life transitions including separation, divorce, the loss of a loved one, family pet or other traumatic or paradigm shifting life event.
“Life can be tough, especially if you’re sensitive. I’ve been there. We’ve all been there. And when you’re emotionally attached to something, it can make it difficult to see the event for what it is clearly. These workshops are designed to help families exorcise negative emotions attached to major life events and create more positive memory relationships with those events,” says Clark.
Groups and workshops were created with families and the challenges they face in mind. Clark draws from her own personal experiences with parenting and life transitions, in addition to drawing on a substantial educational and professional career.
“My intention with these workshops,” states Clark, “is to leave each participant feeling empowered to express themselves openly and overcome the emotional difficulties that often come with situational adversities that are simply a part of life.”
For more information on how to hire Melissa Gorgon Clark to teach an I’m Possible group at your school, learning space or within your community or family, call 503-539-1008.

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