All but Aug 10 offer NBCC CEU’s meeting substance abuse hrs
Saturday July 19 (5 hrs of NBCC CEU’s available) 8AM-1PM
Learn about getting started with new clients, what to do for the first sessions, and pp work. Learn how to use metaphor in play and how to explain expressive art therapy interventions in documentation/advocacy
Saturday July 26 8AM (5 hrs of NBCC CEU’s available) 8AM-1PM
KMP Part 1. Learn about the Kestenberg Movement Profile (a wonderful non verbal assessment tool). Experience and into to the KMP with Shaping in planes, tension flow and Efforts. Can be taken with or independently from part 2.
THIS IS NATIONAL DANCE DAY stay and dance or hula hoop with us 3-5PM
Saturday August 2 (5 hrs of NBCC CEU’s available) 8AM-1PM
Learn how to use touch and safety in therapy work and how it applies to safety with you, with the client and with the room. Learn how to network with families and how to teach them creative art therapy interventions. Explore resistance and learn how to overcome it with creative art therapy techniques.
Sunday August 3 (5 hrs of NBCC CEU’s available) 1PM-6 PM
The supervision process can be overwhelming, stressful and greatly rewarding depending on how you approach it and the support you receive. A step by step guide will be presented leading participants through the supervision process beginning to end. Discussion will include the benefits and why it can be a positive experience to struggles and things to consider. The views of the supervisee and the supervisor will be explored. Participants will be able to explore in movement and role play your own journey becoming a LPC, LCAS or supervisor, what are the lessons you have learned and how can you use them.
Saturday August 9 (5 hrs of NBCC CEU’s available) 8AM-1PM
KMP Part 2. Learn about the Kestenberg Movement Profile (a wonderful non verbal assessment tool). Focus will be on the KMP rhythms and how to use music to help with interventions/assessments. A brief over view of Shaping in planes, tension flow and Efforts will be presented. This can be taken with or independently from part 1
Sunday August 10 – Note different presenter 12:30-6:30 PM
Introduction to Restorative Practices Training. Restorative Practices applies the principles and practices of Restorative Justice for use in schools, agencies, neighborhoods and families. This training provides you with the background to start using a range of restorative practices to build relationships, social-emotional intelligence and resolve conflicts and tensions. Amy Elliott Ph.D. LPC RDT is a licensed Restorative Practices Trainer. To register: firstname.lastname@example.org $40. Paid registration by 8/1. $50 8/2 – 8/10. Maximum 12 participants. www.amy-elliott.com
Saturday August 23 (5 hrs of NBCC CEU’s available) 8AM-1PM
Embodied Sand Tray Enactment. This is the main theory Angela Wiley uses in her work. It combines Dance/Movement and Drama Therapy practices allowing for traditional sand tray work to be acted out in action with or without a sand tray. This will be tailored for all levels.
Saturday August 30 (5 hrs of NBCC CEU’s available) 8AM-1PM
Use of Drama Therapy and Dance/Movement Therapy. What is it, brief history and how Angela uses it. This is for all that want to learn more about DT and DMT. Techniques for groups and individuals will be taught. There will also be a brief overview/review of the KMP. This will be tailored for all levels.
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