Yoga and Art Therapy in a Therapeutic Context

posted Feb 2, 2009, 8:07 AM by Evergreen Art Therapy Association   [ updated Feb 2, 2009, 8:08 AM by EATA Admin ]
Yoga and Art Therapy in a Therapeutic Context
(6 CE hours)
Friday, April 3, 2009, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Tuition: $130 general public; $120 Antioch alumni, faculty and staff
To register: www.antiochseattle.edu/ce/courses-psychology.html

With the growing understanding of the mind/body connection for greater
mental health, both yoga and art offer profound ways of connecting
people to their authentic source. Many types of clients respond to the
sense of groundedness that creativity and movement bring to the
experience of counseling.

In this experiential workshop, learn how to bring a mindfulness-based
practice to sessions with clients. Find out what helps clients find
their own sense of personal power in the therapeutic process. Develop
confidence in integrating art and yoga with clients by addressing a
range of clinical issues. Gain an understanding of the basics of the
chakra system for emotional well-being, the essentials of yoga therapy
and Jungian art therapy, as well as the use of mandala and color work
with clients.

Basic art materials will be provided. Please bring a yoga mat and any
"props" (such as a foam block, cushion, etc.) you may need. Wear
comfortable clothes.

Instructors: Rebecca Bloom, MPS, ATR-BC, LMHC, is a visiting core
faculty in the graduate psychology program at Antioch University
Seattle. She has a private practice in Seattle. www.bloomcounseling.com

Carey DeMartini, ATR-BC, LMHC, RYT has been integrating
the powers of the mind, body and creativity in her work with others
for nine years. DeMartini has studied extensively with Ana Forrest,
Shari Friedrichsen and The Samarya Center in Seattle.

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