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PRAIRIE INSTITUTE OF EXPRESSIVE ARTS THERAPY
New Dates and New Trainings!!
Three Day Training in Body-Focused Expressive Arts Therapy for Traumatized Children and Adolescents
Carmen Richardson MSW, RSW, RCAT, REAT
Overview: This three day training will provide participants with a comprehensive framework for treating traumatized children & teens. This four- phase, resource-oriented model is grounded in attachment theory, the psychophysiology of trauma, CBT, and expressive arts therapy. It is based on Carmen’s book, “Expressive Arts Therapy for Traumatized Children and Adolescents: A Four-Phase Model”.
Training Objectives: To provide a practical, structured framework that guides assessment & treatment processes. To learn structured, arts-based, sensory interventions to effectively treat key trauma reactions and promote self-regulation. To increase clinical skills such as working with a resource-oriented lens, tracking client sensory processes, & working with the body, art & relationship.
When: May 26 - 28, 2022
Where: 57 Bearspaw Summit Place
Cost: $600 on or before May 1, 2022 & $640 after
Payment Methods: e-transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org
About the four-phase model: “Although rich with creative activities, the author quickly establishes that these are not to be approached as a ‘recipe’ of activities to pick and choose from, but as strategically placed activities to support the larger picture of helping children develop the resilience needed to experience posttraumatic growth. The structured framework helps to ensure a process that is safe, but it also provides the flexibility necessary for following the child’s creative processing and use of varied activities at a pace that is safe and tolerable.”
William Steele, PsyD, MSW
Founder, The National Institute for Trauma and Loss in Children
For further information or to Register, please contact Carmen at email@example.com
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