Lillian Harris

Facilitator since August 23, 2018

Lillian Harris
Falmouth, Maine 04105 (United States)
P (207) 619-3563


I am an artist and psychotherapist offering SoulCollage to individuals and groups on a variety of themes related to personal development and just for fun too. Based in the greater Portland, Maine area, I enjoy providing a safe, dynamic and inspiring space for individuals to come together and create. I am available for individual meetings, group facilitation and for open studio hours as well. Get in touch if you'd like to collaborate on an idea!

  • Deep Listening: A Mid-Winter Creativity Retreat 

    with SoulCollage and Contemplative Writing

    *facilitated by Lillian Harris and Katherine Ferrier*

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    This is a day-long invitation to turn your attention inwards and and be in conversation with your wise, creative, expansive self. Supported by the stillness of the mid-winter quiet, we'll spend the day exploring our inner space through the practices of SoulCollage®, contemplative free-writing, and meditation. 


    9:30: Arrival

    10 - 1: SoulCollage®

    1-2: Vegetarian Lunch provided*
    2-4: Contemplative Writing
    4:30 Closing Circle

    This workshop is limited to 12 participants. 
    Pre-register and pay to save your spot, by e-mailing Lillian at

    *Let us know if you have any food allergies or restrictions.

    In order to make this workshop accessible to as many folks as possible, we are using the tuition model of a sliding scale. Please pay at the highest level you are comfortably able.
    Payment due by January 24
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    Originated by Seena Frost, SoulCollage® is a technique for accessing your intuition by creating a unique deck of cards that will help guide you through life's questions and transitions. The SoulCollage® process begins as simple creative fun, but quickly deepens to surprise and awaken you. This workshop will be an introduction to the technique as well as an opportunity for reflection, playfulness and self-discovery in a dynamic group setting. The morning will include guided meditation, journaling and lots of time for collage.

    Making, Being, and Being Made: Contemplative Writing for Makers 
    If making is a practice of paying attention, what can we learn about ourselves, and the world, by tuning in to the layers of meaning and metaphor embedded in every thread of our lives as makers? How is making its own kind of making sense? How does what we make in turn make us? This workshop is one part making, one part meditation, and one part contemplative/creative writing. We’ll begin with some quiet, meditative handwork, (sewing, stitching, spinning knitting, drawing, etc) each tending to our own work. From this place of deep listening and connection, we’ll use a variety of prompts that will act as invitations into memory, metaphor, and meaning. No formal writing and/or making experience is required!

    Please bring some handwork and a journal. It’s best to bring something you can work on without concentrating too much, so that your hands can be steadily working, leaving your thoughts to drift. Simple stitching and drawing materials will be provided for those in between or without projects. 
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    Lillian Harris, MS, LCPC-C is a psychotherapist, artist, and SoulCollage® facilitator based in Falmouth, Maine. She works at the intersection of creativity and healing through workshops, classes and individual and group therapy. Learn more at

    Katherine Ferrier is an improviser, poet, maker, educator, entrepreneur, textile artist, curator, designer and community organizer. She has been immersed in making since the late 80s. Her research grows out of a deep practice of paying poetic attention to the world, and lives in the intersecting communities of movers, makers, writers and activists. Currently the Poet in Residence at The Press Hotel, she is a chronic instigator of collaborative and community actions, and creates generative situations for makers and thinkers to gather and share research. She regularly teaches and performs throughout the U.S. and abroad, and believes in patchwork as the radical practice of being patient, saying yes, and making space for everyone at the table.

    Private Residence Falmouth, Maine 04105
    United States

    Facilitator Info
    January 26, 2019 - 9:30am - 4:00pm
  • This workshop, offered in collaboration with Portland Adult Education, is an opportunity to dive into SoulCollage, a simple technique for unleashing creativity, accessing inner knowing and connecting with others in a dynamic group environment. Using found images, scissors and glue, each participant will begin creating a deck of their own 5x8” SoulCollage cards. The SoulCollage process is fun and relaxing. Beginner and experienced collagers welcome. All materials will be provided. Please bring $10 to be paid to instructor for materials (in addition to the registration fee which is paid directly to Portland Adult Ed). 

    For more information and to register visit:

    Portland Arts and Technology High School (PATHS)
    196 Allen Ave. Room 370
    Portland, Maine 04103
    United States

    Facilitator Info
    March 2, 2019 - 10:00am - 1:00pm