An evening of body-wise, deeply authentic, transformational body, mind, spirit work that is PLAYFUL, trauma-informed, and FUN!

Exploring Individual and Community Creativity Through InterPlay

InterPlay Pittsburgh and Repair the World Present
Lynn Coghill, Sheila K Collins, and Lois McClendon

Pittsburgh , PA

Wednesday February 27, 2019 6:30 refreshments, 7 - 9 pm

If you’re looking for ease-filled “getting to know you tools,” ways to facilitate inter-Wednesday February 27, 2019 generational and inter-racial connections, help people learn from and teach from, their own and each other’s stories - Join Sheila K Collins, PhD, Toni McClenden, and Lynn Coghill and bring your curiosity and courage to step out of your comfort zone a bit for this special free evening event.

Cost: FREE

Registration/Information: RSVP to Repair the World or InterPlay Pittsburgh - 817 706-4967


Repair the World Pittsburgh

6022 Broad St.
Pittsburgh , PA 15206
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Lynn Coghill
Lynn came to Pittsburgh originally as a member of the Pittsburgh Ballet. She currently directs the MSW program at the University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work. Recently she received top honors in Pennsylvania as Social Worker of the Year. She is a certified cognitive therapist who specializes in the treatment of anxiety disorders and complicated bereavement. Lynn explores using dance as a part of worship and using the arts to heal trauma in international settings.
Sheila K Collins
Sheila K. Collins is the director of InterPlay Pittsburgh and the Wing & A Prayer Pittsburgh Players, an InterPlay-based performance troupe that assists human service agencies in accomplishing their noble purposes. A former professional dancer, Sheila describes herself as a "dancing social worker," since she has taught social work and co-founded and directed a behavioral health care clinic in Texas.

Sheila is the author of Stillpoint: A Playbook for Caregivers To Find Ease, Time to Breathe, and Reclaim Joy and Warrior Mother: Fierce Love, Unbearable Loss and the Rituals That Heal. She's been known to travel the country enlisting InterPlayers to help her "Perform her Books," demonstrating how InterPlay tools help us get through life's ordinary and extraordinary, "tough stuff."

Lois McClendon
Lois "Toni" McClendon is a Storyteller in the African American Oral Tradition, as well as a peace & social justice activist. She is a Life Practice Program Leader and a Certified InterPlay leader, often found drumming with ABAFASI, a woman’s drumming group, and teaching InterPlay at local libraries and community-based organizations.

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