Beyond One Voice: Building Compassionate Community Through Dialogue and Song

Join us for an engaging and inspiring afternoon in which we will explore the power of music to build strength, resilience and community. This workshop is suitable for those who are coping with grief and loss, either in their personal or their professional lives. Past participants include educators, hospice volunteers, health care providers/first responders, caregivers and adults dealing with a serious illness diagnosis or the loss of a loved one. The workshop will be facilitated by accredited music therapists from the Camp Kerry Society. No singing experience or musical ability is required to participate. Registration is limited to 35 participants.

Aspen Spitzer is an Accredited Music Therapist and the Director of the Camp Kerry Community Choirs. She has been a member of the Camp Kerry team since 2014.

To register, please continue by clicking on the Register Button. You will then arrive at the Camp Kerry Society’s Registration Portal for programs offered in British Columbia. If you are returning participant, simply login using your email and password. If you are a new participant, set up an account and follow the procedure to register.

Date

Feb 29 2020
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Time

PST
1:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Cost

CAD10.00

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Aboriginal Gathering Place
Douglas College, New Westminster, British Columbia
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