Processing Change Through Heart and Head

Creative Health & Wholeness

COVID-19 has made the concept of health top-of-mind for most of us this past couple of years. Our mental, emotional, and financial health are tested daily. Chicago Creative Coalition is providing information, tools, resources, and experiences to help creatives thrive in this trying time.

Processing Change Through Heart and Head

The only constant in our lives is change. Some transformations are voluntary and others are not. When we do not embrace the change that lies before us, we tend to resist, deny, or push the opportunities out of our minds with various distractions.

Change can happen at any time: retirement, a health issue, the end of a friendship, becoming the caretaker of  a small child or an aging parent, pursuing a new career, or a move to a new town. Armed with the creative tools that appeal to both our heads and hearts, we can avoid and minimize the aftershocks.

Yasemin Tunc is a certified meditation and mindfulness teacher as well as a life/retirement coach. This is her second career, having retired from Ball State University as the Assistant Vice President for Academic Technology in 2015.

In her first career, she connected people to technologies that made their work easier and more accessible. Now, in her second career as coach, she helps connect people with their goals and dreams, and even themselves. Understanding one’s essence – their true self – and separating it from the stories they tell themselves about who they are, is the basis for positive change.

Yasemin will guide us so we can become more resilient, more creative, and more whole on the other side of change.


Thursday, March 24, 2022 on Zoom
6:30 p.m.
C3 members $5
general public $10

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