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Creative Grandparenting from a Distance

Led by D’vorah Horn & Etja Ruth

New Dates and Times TBA 

$108 for three sessions

All sessions will be recorded and available to participants. You may join the session live or watch recordings at your own convenience.

grandma and granddaughter virtual call

What does it mean to grandparent in this day and age, from a distance, and with Covid-19? Join artists D’vorah Horn and Etja Ruth for a series of interactive developmental conversations with meaningful hints, activities, imaginings, and plenty of time to ask questions.

D’vorah Horn-Greenberg, MA, MED. and Child Development specialist, works currently as an independent educational consultant, a parent educator and a professional teacher trainer. She is a studio artist, a guide and mentor working for over 20 years adults and over 37 years with children and teens. She is also the founder of Mending Spirit, an arts and healing non-profit.

Etja Ruth is an artist, who also works with dreams and guidance practices, mostly online. She has nurtured relationships (mostly online) with children and grandchildren, who live all over the world. 

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