Healing through Creativity Workshops
Catherine Rogers Jonsson, MFA, MA,
Board Certified Registered Art Therapist
Workshops are approved for Graduate
Credit or CEUs
Art Therapy Training Module
Brevens Bruk, Skolhusvägen 14,
October 22-23-24, 2014
Healing Children through Creativity: Art Therapy Training
Fort Mason Center
San Francisco, CA
March 30 - 31, 2015
begins December 1, 2014)
Healing through Creativity: Art Therapy
Training Workshops introduce educators, mental health
and medical professionals to the basic principles and practice of art therapy with emotionally, behaviorally, developmentally
and medically challenged children and adolescents. These two-day workshops blend theories and experiential exercises
offering a thorough introduction in the therapeutic use of visual art as a powerful treatment modality.
These training events review various
topics within the field of art therapy. Covered are topics such as the history of art therapy, important evaluation
techniques used by art therapists and case studies with client/patient artworks in PowerPoint presentations.
These are experiential, theoretical and
As a participant you are invited to draw, paint and sculpt a variety
of art therapeutic exercises that help clients and patients identify and express their thoughts, feelings, conflicts,
strengths and increase their self-esteem and coping skills.
School districts, colleges, universities, hospitals, museums,
mental health centers, companies and corporations may host this workshop for professional development
See the Host This Workshop page on this website.
Graduate Credit or CEUs
Portland State University is an approved provider of CEUs and graduate credit by the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC).
You may earn Graduate Academic Credit or CEUs for 14 hours of training with the Healing
Children through Creativity: Art Therapy Training Workshops and the Healing Trauma through Creativity Workshops through
Portland State University.