Los Angeles Chapter  California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists

Mindfulness Based Arts Psychotherapy Practices Workshop - Expressive Arts Special Interest Group

  • 07/14/2013
  • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • OPICA - 11759 Missouri Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90025

Sunday, July 14th - 1pm to 4pm

Mindfulness Based Arts
Psychotherapy Practices Workshop

An Experiential Workshop with Noah Hass-Cohen, PsyD, LMFT, ATR-BC

3 CEUs Provided

Be prepared to experience mindfulness, make art and connect!

There is inherent healing power of the creative process of art making. The process of making art is therapeutic. Art making is seen as an opportunity to express oneself imaginatively, authentically, and spontaneously, an experience that, over time, can lead to personal fulfillment, emotional reparation, and transformation.

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  • The workshop includes a brief talk on how therapists’ mindfulness practices can reduce stress and an over- view of the integrated mindfulness based brain functions.
  • Dr. Hass-Cohen will show how informal and formal mindful meditation practices can augment and support art making.
  • Participants will experience a mindfulness based Arts Psychotherapy studio experience.
  • No artistic talent is needed!
Basic Art Supplies (paper, paint, pencils and brushes) will be provided.

Upon registration, an additional supply list will be sent to you.

When: Sunday, July 14th 1 to 4pm

Where: OPICA 11759 Missouri Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90025 (map)
             at Stoner Park, south of Olympic between Barrington and Bundy

Price: $25.00 (PLUS $5 materials fee to be paid at the door)

Dr. Noah Hass-Cohen, is a professor at
the California School of Professional Psychology where she has recently established a new Art Therapy program. As a practicing Marriage Family Therapist, Supervisor, Clinical Psychologist, and Art Therapist, Dr. Hass-Cohen has developed a theoretical Art Therapy relational neurobiology (ATR-N) model for Art Psycho- therapy. In her publications, and national and international presentations, she explores the advantages of therapeutic art making from an interpersonal neurobiology perspective. She highlights how sensory expressive practices can provide solid opportunities for softening relationships increasing mindfulness and empathy, mending attachments and repairing auto- biographical memories. She is in private practice, provides supervision, and can be reached at noahhasscohen@gmail.com

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To be put on the Wait List
Email Ruth Subrin at subrinart@msn.com

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Questions? Contact Ruth Subrin at subrinart@msn.com

Refund Policy:
Registrants who do not attend or fail to request a refund one week prior to the scheduled meeting or event will be charged full fee. A $20 charge will be applied to denied credit card charges. CEUs will be issued only to those who complete the full 3-hour course.

Provider PCE 2600. Course meets qualifications for 3 hours of continuing education credit for MFTs and/or LCSWs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.

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