Mental Health Series: Care-Mapping Workshop

As part of our Mental Health Series, please join us and Jayati Doshi, co-founder of Sensemaking Lab, for a virtual workshop on care-mapping.

There is so much being said about care, but the reality is that our relationship to care is muddled. Not receiving enough care, giving too much care, not doing enough for everything we care about… there are big and small ways that the idea of care causes anxiety, exhaustion, and guilt. This workshop intends to take you on a journey of redesigning your relationship to care as something not only collective, inclusive, and nourishing but also enabling and empowering. We will begin by "mapping" care in our lives (literally!) through a playful exercise that involves metaphors and imagination, and then use that map to have a conversation about how we can "design" for better and more expansive care - not just for ourselves but within our worlds

This workshop is free and open to the public on Zoom.
Space is limited. Register now.


photo of Jayati Doshi
Jayati Doshi is a facilitator, story-curator, and learning designer helping organizations and groups move beyond "aha"s to transformation. She builds collective sense-making and co-imagines spaces and tools using narrative, dialogue, learning design, adult development framework, art, and play. She also wonders about ways to redesign love, care, connection, vulnerability, and other "touchy-feely things"! She is the co-founder of Sensemaking Lab and has a Master's from Harvard Graduate School of Education. You can learn more about her work at

Graphic by Grace Abe

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When & Where
Sat, Jun 26, 2021 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM EDT