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Fall Workshops for 6 CEUs!
November 16, 2014 @ 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
For more details and to RSVP visit the EventBrite link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/neata-presents-a-day-of-fall-workshops-ceus-provided-tickets-13841310733Morning: Learn How to Incorporate Art Therapy with DBTAfternoon: Use Community Art Making to Address Intergenerational Trauma6 CEUs available through NBCCFor licensed counselors and art therapists. General public welcome to attend! Social workers &licensed psychologists can check with their board for possible CEU approval.Full Day (2 workshops = 6 CEUs): $97 for members/$117 for non-membersHalf-Day (1 workshop = 3 CEUs): $55 for members/$75 for non-membersParticipants are welcome to bring their own lunch or a list of local lunch options will be e-mailed to you.
Morning Workshop (9am-12pm):Coordinating Principles of Art Therapy and DBT: Considerations and PracticesPresented by Jessica I. Heckwolf, ATR-BC, LMFTHow can coordinating Art therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) together enhance client benefits? This presentation will review examples of strategic use of art therapy and DBT together, both in case planning and practice. Participants will engage in art experientials to reinforce theoretical coordination and application with various clinical populations.By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
- Identify at least 3 areas where Art Therapy and DBT coordinate in theory and practice
- Describe 3 therapeutic benefits of clinician interdisciplinary communication and role identification
- Demonstrate ability to use art making to reinforce 2 DBT skills with a clinical population
Business Meeting (12-1pm)
All members are encouraged to attend and participate in NEATA’s annual business meeting! Meet both old and newly elected board members (more details about the November election and how to vote coming soon) and discuss issues relevant to our organization. Please bring any questions or comments you may have for the board, as well as suggestions for workshops, events, and any other NEATA related questions. We need and value your input in order to help NEATA better serve its members.
Afternoon Workshop (1pm-4pm):
Art Therapy & Intergenerational Trauma: A Community Art Response
Presented by Michelle Harris, ATR-BC
This workshop will help address the clinical needs of clients with trauma exposure, specifically incest. The ongoing Survivor Quilt Project will be highlighted as an example of a community art response to the topic of incest in our community and participants will have the opportunity to engage in creating a piece of a Survivor Quilt.By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
- Demonstrate a community-based, art therapy approach for reducing the isolation, shame, stigma and negative stereotypes historically experienced by incest survivors when they speak out.
- Describe how community art-making, such as the Survivor Quilt Project, can be used as a therapeutic resource to offer the compassion, strength, creativity, in response to sexual violence.
- Identify 3 reasons why studio-based art therapy is a strength-based approach to support clients with trauma exposure.