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TransFormative Workshop at KC | June 22
A workshop designed for the Kittamaqundi Community. Space is limited. There's a lot to share. Please arrive on-time.

Art Therapist Martina Efodzi will help us cultivate cultural awareness and humility about gender identity and sexual orientation. We will explore how our words, silence, action and inaction affect the inclusion and affirmation of all of God’s beloved in community.

June 22, 2019 | 9:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. (Coffee/Tea and morning snack included, not lunch)

The Carriage House, | 5410 Leaf Treader Way | Columbia, MD 21044

$10 Donation suggested day-of to offset cost of the Workshop

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Our Facilitator: Rev. Martina Efodzi
About Rev. Efodzi
Originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Rev. Martina E. Efodzi is a Board Certified Art Therapist and Licensed Professional Counselor serving in Washington, DC.  She earned a B.A in political science and a M.Div. in religious studies from Howard University in 2002 and 2007 respectively, before receiving a M.A. in art therapy from George Washington University in 2011.  As an ordained Deacon in the Baltimore-Washington Conference of the United Methodist Church, she serves in an appointment beyond the local church as a full-time psychotherapist at Whitman-Walker Health, where she specializes in providing culturally competent care to marginalized groups, specifically those living with HIV/AIDS and members of the LGBTQ+ community. 

In addition to her agency work, Martina operates a small private practice and has facilitated a countless number of healing arts workshops with a variety of schools, government agencies, community and faith-based organizations and churches for individuals of all ages and abilities.  As an artist-therapist, she believes, as did Pablo Picasso, that "Art washes away from the soul, the dust of everyday life."  Martina is currently pursuing a Doctor of Ministry from Wesley Theological Seminary, with an emphasis in pastoral care and her most recent essay entitled, "Art Therapist? Yes. Minister? That, Too!  Ethical Issues That Arise When One Has Dual Roles," was recently published in the textbook, Exploring Ethical Dilemmas in Art Therapy: 50 Clinicians From 20 Countries Share Their Stories.  She and her husband, John Efodzi, reside in Maryland .

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