The Well Workshop

March 24th

6 pm - 8:30 pm


The Well Workshop
March 24th and April 21st | 6 pm - 8:30 pm | Free | Register here

Join us on Thu Mar 24, 6 pm at The Well for a therapeutic online workshop with Melanie
Almeder, writer and educator, and Elia Khalaf, psychotherapist, and artist.

In this session, we'll think about the ways we journey, and what we carry to arrive. The Well is a complimentary program using poetry and art to improve wellness within a non-judgmental, brave space. Open to all patients, survivors, and healthcare staff.

Class Dates: March 24th and April 21st
Sessions will be held virtually through Zoom (link in the confirmation email).

About your facilitators
Melanie Almeder's (she/her) first book of poems, On Dream Street, won the editor's prize at Tupelo Press and her individual poems have been published in a range of journals, including, Poetry, 32poems, The Seneca Review, and The American Literary Review. Her lyric essays about art have been published for exhibition books in New York, Miami, and cities in Europe. She is the John P. Fishwick Professor of Literature at Roanoke College.

Elia Khalaf (he/him) is a psychotherapist and community-based artist positioning his work at the intersection between art, wellness, social justice, and mental health while exploring creativity as a tool for healing individually and collectively. In 2019, Elia earned his master's in art therapy and mental health counseling at NYU. His latest project ‘Side by Side’, is a mail art program for neighboring kids in Miami and a winner of the Ellies Creator Award.