Soulcollage Workshops Offered in Vero Beach




Marcy Purdy, ATR, BC of ArtReach in Vero Beach is excited to announce her summer Soulcollage series of workshops. Purdy is a Board-Certified Art Therapist, Educational Administrator, Certified Qigong Instructor and Artist with 35 years of experience in the mental health field. She has worked in the Indian River County school system and psychiatric hospitals; as well as with crime victims through the 19th Judicial Circuit’s State Attorney and Indian River County Sheriff’s offices.

Having a strong desire to offer her services to adults in the community led Purdy to her most recent certification as a Soulcollage facilitator. “Soulcollage is an intuitive and creative collage process for self-discovery—teaching participants that if they can discover their wisdom, they can change their world,” says Purdy. “Created by Seena Frost, author of Soulcollage Evolving, this interactive therapy evolved from Frost’s love of creativity, spirituality and psychotherapy.”

Purdy has been facilitating Soulcollage workshops at her office in Vero Beach since March with overwhelmingly positive feedback from the participants. She will continue to offer them monthly throughout the summer, as well as private art therapy sessions, and weekly qigong classes. 

For more information about upcoming workshops, to book a private art therapy session or to participate in a qigong class call 772-538-5532 or email MarcyArtReach@gmail.com

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