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Workshop – Watershed Moments Writing Circle

Recent years have found every one of us experiencing a flood of watershed moments. Some of those moments have been grief-inducing while others have offered wonderful, life-changing opportunities. Writing is a great way to reflect upon, explore and tease out the impact of your personal watershed moments.

Join us for this 2 and ½ hour writing workshop on Saturday, June 11th from 1:00 to 3:30 p.m. Facilitator Deb Brandt will create a safe container for our words by providing boundaries, care for each writer’s voice, and prompts to support the unfolding process of putting words to paper. Deb will offer ways to share our writing with one another while illuminating the possibilities in writing to difficult experiences.

Registration fee: $25. Advanced registration is necessary with a minimum of 6 participants.


Saturday, June 11

1pm-3:30pm

Gal’s Guide Library

107 S. 8th Street, Noblesville

Registration required

$25 per participant


About Deb Brandt:

Deb Brandt is a coach, writer and educator who has participated in as well as facilitated writing opportunities in a variety of settings. She brings her experiences as a health, wellness and grief coach alongside her training as an educator to create dynamic and safe spaces for women’s voices. Deb has diverse writing experience including magazine publications such as Hobby Farms, Chickens and Urban Farm Online. Deb has written for the Indianapolis Star and the Hamilton County Business Magazine. She is the co-author of The Hollowed Heart: Inspiration for Women Awakening from Grief and Loss


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