Using Art to Alleviate Stress Register

Date and Time
October 17, 2023
12 P.M.
Via Zoom

This free, interactive virtual workshop will focus on hands-on ways caretakers can use visual art to help alleviate stress and anxiety for the young people in their lives. The workshop will explore how stress can impact a young person’s behaviors, the importance of play, and why the arts can be essential in transforming traumatic experiences. There will be a short, facilitator led presentation, hands-on art making activity, group reflections, and fun.

Participants are encouraged to have some basic art materials available to use during the workshop (markers, crayons, and/or colored pencils are excellent options).

Traci Molloy is a Brooklyn, New York, based artist and educator. For over 25 years, she’s facilitated arts-based workshops around the country for cultural organizations, teachers, caregivers, and underserved youth.

To learn more about Traci’s work, please visit

THIS WORKSHOP IS FREE and available to everyone, although pre-registration is required. Most CCTC workshops can be used for one hour of Parenting Education credits.

Register by clicking here today! 

If you have any questions, please Stephanie Harmelin at