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Pencil and Notebook

Mirror in the Mirror:
Reflective writing for wellbeing

a 2-part series, April 4 & April 11, 6:30-8:00 p.m. EST

with Dr. Hilton Koppe

Are you looking for creative ways to overcome some of those persistent, pestering unhelpful thoughts? Or looking for ways to transform life’s minor irritations into something joyful? Or perhaps you are just feeling stuck with pen in hand, terrified by the blank page in front of you?

If so, then perhaps this two-part online workshop could be just what the (curious) doctor ordered.


Join author, physician and experienced facilitator, Hilton Koppe, for a few fun-filled hours of playing with words on the page. Gentle writing exercises will be offered in a safe supportive space. Expect to leave the workshops feeling enlivened, encouraged and ready to write.


$30 Early-bird Special, by March 1

$55, March 1-27


Hilton Koppe is a writer, workshop facilitator, podcaster and doctor living on Bundjalung Land, now known as Lennox Head, a village on the east coast of Australia.

Hilton facilitates reflective writing workshops for health professionals with the goal of deepening their compassion, overcoming professional isolation and reducing risk of burnout. The workshops have been adapted for people living with chronic and mental illnesses, as well as enthusiastic amateur writers. Hilton has been invited to present his workshops all the way from Byron Writers Festival to Harvard Medical School.


Hilton’s book, One Curious Doctor – A Memoir of Medicine, Migration and Mortality, explores the personal impact of working as a country doctor. His play, Enduring Witness, is used to facilitate conversations about end-of-life care. Hilton is co-host of Dementia in Practice podcast, a top 100 Great Australian Pod.

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