Writing Through The pain: A NEW Songwriting workshop for aspiring songwriters and victims of trauma.

Long After You're Gone

Writing Through The Pain is an inspirational and interactive  songwriting workshop and live music concert that expresses the creative mission and vision of my company, In The Closet Productions “a voice for the voiceless”. In The Closet Productions mission is to create, promote and distribute original music and art that helps to bring awareness to important social issues and aims to inspire positive social change.

CDM407_4P_Mailer_1pocket.epsIn this 4 hour workshop, I will share my story of learning to overcome the impact of childhood sexual abuse. How writing poems and songs helped me to find my own unique voice. How  words influenced me growing up, and later on as an artist. In addition to why writing is such a great tool on the healing journey for victims of abuse and other forms of trauma and adversity.


During this workshop, all participants will also learn about the process of songwriting, how to turn poems into songs, and how to draw from their own life stories as inspiration for their songs. They will learn how to use songwriting as a creative form of therapy and also about the importance of writing positive songs with loving messages that help to bring awareness to important social issues.

At the end of each workshop, Ingrid D. Johnson & The Funky Fresh Crew will perform songs from their new album Visions and Dreams, along with songs from their older album, What About Love?    

 PLEASE CONTACT US VIA E MAIL TO DISCUSS THE FEE ( including expenses) for this workshop.  Then, send your 50% deposit to our paypal account via info@intheclosetproductions.com


Ingrid D. Johnson has spoken & performed her songs for The Manitoba Youth Centre ( May 2015), The Canadian Red Cross RespectED: Violence and Abuse Prevention program ( Feb 2010), Voices Manitoba Youth in Care Network (workshops for youth in 2010 & 2013), Klinic Community Health ( 2006) , UNICEF, Osborne House, Hot 103 (Christmas Cheer Board & Children’s wish) and The Spence Neighbourhood Association to raise awareness and funding. Johnson was also was the spokesperson for The Laurel Center ( year 2010), a community resource center that counsels sexually abused women with addictions.In addition to facilitating a cultural workshop for The Manitoba Congress of Black Women in Fenruary 2012.





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