Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado

Language of Poetry Class

Writing poetry can be a great tool to utilize as a coping skill and has many benefits:

  • Be used as a vehicle for the expression of emotions that might otherwise be difficult to express
  • Promote self-reflection and exploration, increasing self-awareness and helping individuals make sense of their world
  • Help individuals redefine their situation by opening up new ways of perceiving reality
  • Validate emotional experiences and improve group cohesiveness by helping people realize many of their experiences are shared by others
 
Your instructor/facilitator for this class is a survivor of a brain injury and has found poetry to be a beneficial coping skill. 

A FREE  poetry workshop for adult survivors of brain injury.

Date & Time:
Second Monday of Every Month at 3:00pm

Location:
Virtually only with the Zoom app

Questions?  Contact Michael at michael@BIAColorado.org or 720-907-1455

RSVP Below for the Language of Poetry Class

    Registrations are taken as first-come-first-served. Maximum of 15 participants per class. If you register for a class, you are committing to attend. This class is held virtually through zoom. A link will sent to you after registration for Zoom access.
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