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Coming Fall, 2020 (tentative): a virtual educational experience on the use of the healing arts!
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Some of Our Past Events
April 9th, 2019: Our inaugural Healing Arts Drop-In networking event hosted at the Summit Art Space was a unique community opportunity to bring dozens of agencies together for one evening to showcase expressive arts therapies and the arts in mental health. Professionals, artists and consumers enjoyed refreshments, information tables and live performances and speakers featuring the talented singer/songwriter Angie Haze and others sharing about the efforts of our community to advocate for the healing power of the arts.
January 26, 2018: Misty Ramos, ATR, LPCC-S, Holly Zazo, LPC, and Samantha Hearn, LPC, presented "Art Therapy: Implications for Trauma and Addiction," which offered an overview of art therapy, information about trauma, connections between trauma and addiction, along with examples of art-based interventions. The workshop took place at Community Health Center and cost $20 to attend.
September 22, 2017: Jessica Cole-Robinette, MA, LPC, MT-BC and Sarah Gaither, MT-BC led "Music Therapy: Trauma-Informed Clinical Application of Therapeutic Music Interventions" in partnership with Emerge Counseling Services. This training described what music therapy is, how trauma, the brain and music interact and how to use specific research-based interventions in therapy. Counseling, social work, and psychology CEUs were provided. The cost of the workshop was $20.
May 11, 2016: Jennifer Knapp, LPC, R-DMT led a workshop describing what Dance Movement is, as well as how it is used. Counseling and social work CEUs were provided. The cost of the workshop was $5.
January 27, 2016: Led by Carol Stanley, Sandtray therapy practitioner, this program explored the basic principles of sandtray therapy, basic observational techniques, the basic tools of sandtray therapy, and showed video examples of glimpses into a sandtray group. Counseling and social work CEUs were provided.
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