Entering the Dance Safely with Markus Scott-Alexander, PhD, REAT Wednesday Aug. 19 6-8 pm ET Online, via Zoom $50 Expressive arts work is usually quite gentle. We do not push or manipulate the process. We trust the process. Taking someone through an embodied, creative experience requires both inspiration and skill.
Expressive Arts Worldwide: Unpacking Your Cultural Baggage with Gloria Simoneaux, REAT Thursday, September 3 6-8 pm ET Online via Zoom $50 This workshop will familiarize you with the Harambee Arts Expressive methodology that focuses on a culturally sensitive, collaborative, and relational approach to working with different societies around the world.
Re-Firing On All Cylinders! The Evolution of a Canadian, Rural Expressive Arts Practice with H. Fay Wilkinson, REACE Saturday October 3, 2020 Noon – 2 pm ET $50 Necessity they say is the mother of invention. Often it seems to take a major catalyst to force a re-think, a re-arrange, and a re-charge.
RESILIENCE BUILDING with Manju Jain & Aslam Khader Tuesday September 29 6-8 pm Live Online via Zoom $50 A 2-hour experiential training workshop on the power of self-compassion in building resilience.
Living with Uncertainty Expressive Arts Therapy: Trauma, Resiliency and Attunement Mitchell Kossak, PhD, REAT Wednesday October 7, 6-8 pm ET ONLINE via ZOOM $50 In these uncertain and distressed times the skills that we can bring as expressive arts practitioners become even more important in helping to guide ourselves and others through difficult emotions.
Rising Up to the Dream of Your Soul Grounding through the Expressive Arts in times of upheaval and uncertainty. Tuesday, October 27, 6-8 pm ET. Live Online via Zoom $50. Connecting with elemental energies through movement, painting, writing, poetry, storytelling and ritual, we will connect with earth body wisdom to remember our essential natures, grieve the heartbreak of separation, isolation and disconnection and reclaim the dream of our souls that connect us with all of our relations.
Traditional Indigenous and Popular Art Practices and Expressive Arts Inspiration for our work with clients and communities Wendy Phillips, PhD, LMFT, REACE, REAT Saturday November 14 Noon to 2 pm. In this training workshop, Wendy will focus on El Colectivo Macondo in Oaxaca, Mexico. El Colectivo Macondo’s objective is to introduce students to the popular art of the different cultures of Latin America: the indigenous, the European, and the African.
Melting and Growing in Person-Centred Expressive Arts Fiona Chang, REAT, RSW, Certified Supervisor (ACA), PhD Candidate, CUHK Wednesday December 2 7-9pm ET Online via Zoom This workshop combines the theoretical foundation of person-centered expressive arts and experiential learning about the creative connection process for growth.