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Moving from Loss to Found: An Online Writing Workshop

Moving from Loss to Found: An Online Writing Workshop

with Alexandra Vassilaros, writer, founder of Make Meaning Workshop

Wednesday, Feb 16th, Feb 23rd, March 2nd, March 9th, 2022 | 6:30 pm-8:00 pm ET


Crisis can knock us right off our feet and fill us with resistance, fear, and stress. In this writing workshop, participants will explore the alchemy of grief and learn how we can use it to initiate growth, self-compassion, and emotional progress.

Together we will practice writing and listening to restore us despite daunting challenges and discover tools to ground ourselves even when we are emotionally exhausted, fearful, and numb.

We will gently navigate our grief and the stark contradictions of love and loss while finding balance and creating narratives that help us identify our experiences and heal.



Alexandra Vassilaros is a playwright. Her work in the theater is extensive and she was a co-finalist for a Pulitzer Prize for drama in 2004 for the play Omnium Gatherum. In 2016 she founded the Make Meaning Workshop. She leads regular workshops for women and children at NYC’s The Bowery Mission, as well as writing-for-healing workshops at the New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care, BEVIVAL and ARTYARD among others. She’s worked with Veterans at the Brooklyn VA, as well as hundreds of men and women facing the challenges that loss, crisis, care-taking and grief inevitably bring.

Alexandra was married for 22 years and is the mother of 3 wonderful young men.


CLICK HERE to read an interview with Alexandra Vassilaros about how the process of writing can help heal suffering.


February 16
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