Combining storytelling and psychoeducation, GOOD GHOSTS weaves together personal narratives and practical takeaways on the art of grieving.
What you will learn:
The presentation will consist of a series vignettes from Kevin’s upcoming full-length theatre production, adapted for the Skills for Mindful Living Series to offer narrative-based teachings on:
- Distinguishing core affective experience from inhibitory affect.
- Understanding and processing shame as it appears in the grieving process.
- The difference(s) between storytelling as healing and storytelling as defense.
Date: Tuesday, November 19, 2019
Time: 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Address: Adler University, Community Hall 2nd Floor, 520 Seymour Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 3J5. *This venue is scent free, wheelchair accessible, and equipped with gender-neutral washrooms.*
Cost: No Cost. A free community workshop, open to the general public.
To assist us with planning a comfortable space for you, pre-registration is appreciated.
Should you encounter a problem with registering please contact Janine Toombs at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
About the Presenter:
Kevin Kokoska is a counsellor, actor, and teacher. He offers clinical counselling and creative consulting services through his private practice (Kokoska & Co.) Kevin performs one-person plays on a variety of mental health topics and teaches in the Family & Community Counselling program at Native Education College (NEC). His last name, loosely translated, means “broody hen”.