Give Yourself a Hand: Exploring the Irrational Art of Containment (In-Person)


  • $20.00


Co-Presented with Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston
Michele Lees
Saturday, Nov 11
12 - 3pm CT

Join Contemporary Arts Museum Houston (CAMH) and The Jung Center and learn to listen for the quiet, wise, and sometimes surprising voice we all carry within.



Limit: 25 participants | Register today!

Join Contemporary Arts Museum Houston (CAMH) and The Jung Center, and discover the power that creativity has to help us make sense of our darkest moments, to feel safe in the face of a difficult history, and to find fertile ground from which we can grow.  

Beginning at CAMH, we'll explore Jordan Strafer: Trilogy – an exhibition of video installations on display through November 26, 2023 – with a guided tour and introduction at the Museum, and make our way to The Jung Center for a series of art and movement experiences geared towards deepening our understanding of, and radically accepting, the darker parts of our lives. 

Through living and working with Strafer's evocative work, we will uncover our innate ability to care for ourselves, and learn to listen for the quiet, wise, and sometimes surprising voice we all carry within.

Participants are welcome to view Jordan Strafer: Trilogy in advance of the workshop, which will focus on one of the three video installations.

This program is being offered IN-PERSON, and will NOT be recorded.

All times are CT. Please contact with any questions.

Please register early. Programs with four or fewer participants are subject to cancellation, 48 hours prior to their start.

Michele Lees, MA, BCDMT, LPC, is a depth psychotherapist in private practice in Houston with emphasis and training in Jungian psychology. She is an advanced clinical-level, board certified dance/movement therapist bringing 49 years of experience to her local and national work as a lecturer, workshop presenter, and clinical and business consultant.


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