AUTUMN WORKSHOPS ON HEALTH AND HEALING

New Work­shops from Alida Brill

Please join me in explor­ing how we can live a life beyond the bound­aries of our ill­nesses and diag­noses. Though chronic ill­ness chal­lenges, inter­rupts and fre­quently dimin­ishes the expe­ri­ence of life, chronic dis­ease can also teach us how to live more fully.

Work­shop One:

Nav­i­gat­ing Life with Chronic Ill­ness: A Tool Box

Work­shop Two:

A Nar­ra­tive of Your Own: Writ­ing About Your Expe­ri­ence of Ill­ness
The Work­shops are held in Man­hat­tan, where Alida makes her home. Space is

lim­ited. For details, con­tact her at Alidabrill@aol.com.
All par­tic­i­pants will be given a copy of Danc­ing at the River’s Edge: A Patientand Her Doc­tor Nego­ti­ate Life with Chronic Illness.

Alida Brill is the co-author (with Dr. Michael Lock­shin) of Danc­ing At The River’s Edge: A Patient and Her Doc­tor Nego­ti­ate Life with Chronic Ill­ness. Alida advo­cates for women and girls with chronic ill­ness. She has spo­ken at numer­ous meet­ings, con­fer­ences and at med­ical schools and col­leges, and has appeared on tele­vi­sion, radio and on podcasts.

She lives with an atyp­i­cal form of Gran­u­lo­mato­sis with Polyan­gi­tis (GPA), pre­vi­ously known as Wegener’s Gran­u­lo­mato­sis with Vasculitis.

Her other books include: Dear Princess Grace, Dear Betty: The Mem­oir of A Roman­tic Fem­i­nist (2016 Nau­tilus Award Sil­ver Medal); Nobody’s Busi­ness: The Para­dox of Pri­vacy; Dimen­sions of Tol­er­ance: What Amer­i­cans Believe About Civil Lib­er­ties (with Her­bert McClosky); A Ris­ing Pub­lic Voice: Women In Pol­i­tics World­wide (edi­tor). Alida has also pub­lished essays, mono­graphs and arti­cles on Amer­i­can cul­ture and politics.

From This Ter­race: www.fromthisterrace.com

Face­book: https://www.facebook.com/fromthisterrace/

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