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Summer Resilience Series: Expressive Art: Reveal, Heal, Transform - Shared screen with speaker view
Patricia Evans
22:47
muskegon
Erin Wallace
25:18
Be sure to have a few pieces of paper with you, something round, and somethings to draw with (crayons, colored pencils, markers).
Erin Wallace
30:19
Call the Stay Well line if you are experiencing anxiety and/or distress at 1-888-535-6136 and press 8.
Erin Wallace
30:34
Visit the website at www.michigan.gov/staywell
Erin Wallace
39:47
No problem! We are getting started with a drawing around- how you are feeling today.
Erin Wallace
45:26
Tell us about your check-in drawing!
Crystal Hughes
46:09
I used words in different colors. I am using sharpies
Patricia Dilliner
46:17
It was freeing
Sherilyn Hart
46:38
Peace sign colored blue for peace. Flame in orange and yellow out of the top. I'm a rebel, so I went outside the lines for that. Decided on green for background.. fav color.
Julie Barron
46:39
Circle with a heart around it and little hearts in the middle all connected. With large electric jabs on the outside. Showing that connections with people can keep out the bad stuff.
Lydia Gockenbach
46:58
A little mountain range, going through some ups and downs. I'm at work, so just pencil and paper!
Rene Wheaton
47:06
I have been feeling slightly anxious lately so I used stars and purple to kind of represent night because that is a time when you can feel anxious...but I put in some pink and yellow to represent light and life breaking though.
Lorraine Decker
48:24
Heart with family, volunteer in school and happiness.
Yvonne McAlister
48:58
I used markers. I used hearts in the middle to show feeling loved and supported. Included lines to show feeling a little annoyed. Scribble lines to show feeling uncertain.
Erin Wallace
49:56
Thank you for sharing everyone!
Julie Barron
51:50
the video is frozen
Erin Wallace
56:09
Start with the "What do I need hand?'
Erin Wallace
01:02:36
If you are feeling stuck, Taylor suggests to go with color and symbols
Erin Wallace
01:06:37
Let's transition to the second hand, "What can I give?"
Erin Wallace
01:08:28
Feel free to let us know how you are doing with this exercise here in the chat.
Sherilyn Hart
01:10:26
hard to 'draw' support. might use a pic of a bra.
Sara Lluberes
01:11:40
I'm finding that many of mine are the same on both hands.
Sherilyn Hart
01:13:09
good point, Sara
Aynsley Fant
01:15:39
I have to go pick up my daughter, but thank you - this was helpful. My giving hand was quite empty, but I put my voice and music at the center because it seems I can always give that and it's always received well. The rest of the hand is empty except for little tiny hearts on each fingernail - representing that when I do reach out, I try to do so with love and care.
Sherilyn Hart
01:18:38
I also have to go. Worked with highlighters and sharpies for color, but it worked. I appreciate this opportunity. This has helped. Inspiring. I might get out my art box and canvas this weekend. <3 and peace. This. was. awesome.
Yvonne McAlister
01:22:30
Thank you so much! This was wonderful!
Taylor Beardsall
01:23:03
Zentangle !
Taylor Beardsall
01:23:31
Neurographica
Rene Wheaton
01:24:26
THank you so much. It was great and helpful.