Sundays from 3-5pm on 11/12, 11/19, 12/3 and 12/10 at Full Moon Acupuncture, 

3408 Chestnut Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21211

Tending Grief:


A 4 Week Workshop With Alex Hewett

Grief and loss are inherent in living. We all experience it, in ways big and small. Yet grief is unique and individual. 

This thoughtful and poignant workshop, curated by Alex Hewett, is an invitation to explore your embodied experience(s) of grief through reflection, breath work, writing and sharing your writing with the group. 

Each participant will craft a non fiction essay on grief. Over the course of the workshop, participants will write, revise and workshop their piece with fellow participants. This is a positive space, only affirming feedback may be offered. 

Martha will open sacred space for the session. She’lll speak on how grief impacts the physiological and energetic well-being of the bodymind. Martha will also teach you how to anoint specific Acu points with essential oil to support and steady yourself as you wander the realms of grief.  


Why Learn from Alex?

I have the Passion - and the background 

University of Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland
MFA Creative Writing and Publishing Arts, 2022

Loyola University, Baltimore, Maryland
MS Counseling Psychology, 1995

Georgian Court University, Lakewood, New Jersey
BA Psychology, 1992

Education background

worked with and trusted by

Lecturer, Fall 2016 - Present

Johns Hopkins University, Odyssey Program

Presenting workshop entitled: “Creative Power: Techniques for Finding the Authentic Artist Within.”
This interactive workshop, inspired by Julia Cameron’s “The Artist's Way.” Discovering creativity through writing, self-exploration and a guided encounter with the student’s imagination. This course is a combination of lecture and creative clusters (interactive experience with the group).

Producer/Storyteller/Host. 2015 - Present

Mortified Baltimore/DC

Storytelling stage show that features adults sharing their childhood archives such as
diaries/poetry/art/media in front of total strangers. Duties include scheduling and conducting screening sessions for potential participants, casting, curating and editing stories, coordinating rehearsals, producing, marketing and hosting live shows.

Lecturer, November 2015

Towson University, Towson, Maryland

Presented workshop entitled “Finding the Authentic Artist” based on the teachings of Julia
Cameron incorporating relaxation exercises, writing and improv to explore one’s creative potential.

Theatre Teaching Artist, January 2014 - Present

Chesapeake Shakespeare Company, Baltimore, Maryland

Teaching artist working with Veterans of the United States armed forces. Exploring acting techniques and scene study and performance of the works of William Shakespeare.

Theatre Teacher, Summer Program, June 2012 - Present

The New Century School, Baltimore, Maryland

Full and half-day summer camp focusing on voice, movement, improv, and storytelling.
Kindergarten through eighth grade.

Psychotherapist, May 1995-June 1997, May 2005-October 2014

Aaron Noonberg, Ph.D. Private Clinical Practice, Towson, Maryland

Conduct therapy sessions for adults and children in a private clinical psychology practice. Focus
on chronic pain and PTSD treatment through biofeedback and relaxation techniques.

Theatre Teaching Artist, September 2007 - 2018

Sheppard Pratt Hospital, Towson, Maryland

Conduct Classes that introduce relaxation techniques, voice and movement exercises,
improvisation creative writing and script analysis in the geriatric inpatient unit, child/adolescent
day program and day program for adults with schizophrenia.