Body Composition: How "Before and After" Stories Shape Us

March 19, 2024

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“Before and After” personal transformation narratives are one of the most popular story structures for inspiring change in health and wellness. Unfortunately, these stories can harm when our past selves are portrayed as villains.

This online workshop will explore how this structure can be manipulated to work towards connection and healing.

Facilitator: Kate Herald Browne

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Facilitator Bio

Kate Herald Browne teaches people how to tell stories that change the world for good. She holds a PhD in English and uses her background in storytelling research as a learning designer, gender studies professor, and curator for TEDxNormal.

Her autobiographical wellness writing has appeared in Runner’s World, Refinery29, Autostraddle, and SELF Magazine.

Recently, Kate added a new dimension to her story exploration practice as a singer/songwriter, performing as a solo artist and leader of the Evening Orchid Band, a pop-up music jamboree.


IG: @kateonthemic LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kate-herald/

Event Details

March 19, 2024
6:00-7:30 pm
online

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