Introspection, Imagination and the Arts
with Markus Scott-Alexander
Tuesday October 22, 2019
6:30 to 8:30 pm
Online, via Zoom
This 2 hour workshop will be a blend of presentation, experiential process, sharing, discussion, Q and A.
Who should attend?
- Students, practitioners and professionals in the field of Expressive Arts and Expressive Arts Therapy.
What do I need to participate?
- A good internet connection
- A computer with a webcam, or a tablet
- A private, quiet space in your home, office, or studio, with a little room to move around
- A few basic art supplies, such as oil pastels and paper
What will I receive?
- A nourishing, informative, practical professional development opportunity, specifically designed for expressive arts practitioners and therapists.
- An opportunity to learn from one of the pioneers and leaders in the expressive arts field, without leaving home.
- Connection, through the easy-to-use, interactive Zoom format, with other practitioners, students and therapists from around the world.
- 2 hours of professional practice and personal self-care.
- 2 CEU’s are available for LMHC, LCSW, LMFT
- Elective credit for Expressive Arts Florida Certificate Training Students
Please note: This is a live, interactive workshop, and an opportunity to participate in learning from one of the “pioneers” of Expressive Arts. The session will not be recorded.
Markus G. Scott -Alexander, PhD, REAT
is the founding director of World Arts Organization, an expressive arts training program in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. He is senior faculty at The European Graduate School in Switzerland and is adjunct faculty at the St. Stephen’s College Art Therapy Program. His doctoral arts-based-research-project was as director/choreographer in residence at the Arts-based- Research Studio at the University of Alberta. Recently, Markus conducted workshops at the Kutenai Art Therapy Institute in Nelson, BC and at TAE Expressive Arts Training Program in Lima, Peru. Last spring, Markus taught in in China, at the EXA Symposium in Ireland and at the new EGS campus in Malta.
This workshop is part of our online Professional Development Series, where we bring leaders in the Expressive Arts and Expressive Arts Therapy field to you, wherever you are!