Three-day Advanced Expressive Arts Therapy Training with Cathy Malchiodi, PhD and Elizabeth Warson, PhD
Visual journaling [also called art or drawing journaling] has been identified as both an important and accessible approach in expressive arts therapy, counseling and psychotherapy. It is not only an effective method for self-regulation, but also is a multilayered way that brings together somatosensory, affective and cognitive experiences to express personal narratives and make meaning through images, creative writing, imagination and storytelling.
In this five-day course, participants will experience a variety of visual journaling approaches that are grounded in emerging research and based on historical foundations of journaling for emotional reparation and wellness. Course objectives include:
While this course is mostly "hands-on," participants will also learn how to design developmentally-appropriate, trauma-informed and culturally responsive visual journaling practices through lecture and group discussions.
This course is open to counselors, social workers, psychologists, marriage and family therapists, expressive arts therapists, expressive arts facilitators, creative arts therapists and graduate students. Complete agenda to follow soon! Right now you can register to secure a space as seating will be limited.
For more information on how to register for this event, please contact Gryba Events at email@example.com
What to Bring to the Course: We will be updating this section, so please check back. Once we get closer to the dates of the course, if you are registered you will receive a number of emails to let you know what to bring as well as readings and other information.
Follow Trauma-Informed Practices on Facebook!
Copyright © 2012-2020
Trauma-Informed Practices and Expressive Arts Therapy Institute. All Rights Reserved. Material [text, concepts, branding and original artwork] on this site may not be reproduced without written permission. Brief text quotations (under 300 words) for non-commercial purposes only, are permitted providing that full proper credit and citation accompanies them. Statements on this website do not constitute professional or medical advice or psychiatric recommendations. Some links on this website direct the visitor to websites controlled by others and any responsibility for such other sites is specifically disclaimed.