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Artist Self-Care Guide Workshop in March
March 31, 2018 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm UTC+0
The Artists Self-Care Guide workshop empowers artists with safe and effective tools and strategies for managing daily stress. In this workshop artists will gain greater self-awareness about stress and it’s impact and why it is important to implement a lifestyle of self-care. Participants will develop personalized self-care plans, identify their support systems, and learn about the many holistic remedies and techniques used to manage depression, anxiety, and self-defeating thoughts. Through honest discussions, exercises, and activities artists are equipped with a powerful self-care toolbox designed to meet their individual needs.
Creating A Culture of Self-Care in the Arts Guidebook valued at $25
Free post-workshop consultation valued at $100
Personalized Self-Care Plan
About the founder:
Kehinde Koyejo is the founder of the Artist Self-Care Guide (ASCG), helping artists manage daily emotional and mental stress by implementing a lifestyle of radical self-care. Kehinde believes that every artist’s life is of great value. She is committed to educating artists about mental and emotional health in deep, authentic, and ongoing ways so as to guide more artists towards self-healing.
Kehinde was called to this work after losing her sister to an accidental overdose at a time when a wave of celebrity artists also died by suicide or overdose. In addition to founding ASCG, Kehinde is a flower essence practitioner with certification in mental health first aid, and is a strong survivor with years of lived experience.
As a professional artist, Kehinde has been earning her living as an actor for over fifteen years, and continues to perform both in the United States and abroad. She is an associate artist with the Black Artists Contemporary Cultural Experience (BACCE) in San Francisco, and a member of SAG-AFTRA and the Actor’s Equity Association. Kehinde holds a BFA in Acting from Pace University, and a Masters in Performance Studies from NYU.
Kehinde has had the honor of working with theater companies, health advocates, colleges, and a diversity of student and professional artists. Through her trainings and personal guidance, Kehinde has witnessed major shifts in her client’s’ behavior, as well as their ability to manage depression, stress, anxiety, and self-defeating thoughts.