In this workshop, we will respond to several writing prompts by sharing our thoughts with the page. You do not need to have any prior experience to join this class, only the desire to write your truth. Sharing will always be optional, allowing writer
Instructor: Dominique Weldon
Date: Monday, September 12, 2022
Time: 6:30 – 7:30 PM Eastern
Location: Zoom – RSVP REQUIRED
Cost: Free, or choose donation
Our lives are constantly bombarded with stressors that physically and mentally drain us, and this is especially true in recent times. Thankfully, there are several means that can help us cope with these stressors and even traumas, and writing is one of those means. Both experienced and inexperienced writers use writing as a tool to achieve healing, wellness, and examine traumas. Writing for Wellness, or Expressive Writing, is not about writing to impress others or even being grammatically correct. Writing for Wellness means writing about whatever is weighing on your heart and mind.
In this workshop, we will respond to several writing prompts by sharing our thoughts with the page. You do not need to have any prior experience to join this class, only the desire to write your truth. Sharing will always be optional, allowing writers the fullest capacity for honesty.
About the instructor:
Dominique Weldon was born in Iowa. She received her MFA in Fiction from Butler University, where she taught Literature and Creative Writing courses as a Graduate Teaching Fellow. She has been a Creative Writing for Wellness facilitator since 2018, and she has led or co-facilitated workshops at Eskenazi Health, American Senior Village, and at Butler. She was previously the Non-Fiction Editor of Booth and is now the Butler University Writing for Wellness Technological Assistant. She currently lives in Indiana.
Parking is located behind the Indiana Art Center in Broad Ripple. The Indiana Writers Center is in the smaller building behind the IAC, not the main building.