Experiential Learning Conference
Explore Creative Arts and Alternative Therapies for Working with Trauma
When: Friday, September 16th, 2016
9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Institute for Therapy through the Arts
1702 Sherman Ave
Evanston, IL 60201
Register HERE by Sept. 9th
ITA is thrilled to partner with the Health and Disability Advocates for a day of experiential learning! Participants will begin their day by joining keynote speaker Dr. Marni Rosen, PsyD, ATR as she presents on the theory and history of Creative Arts Therapy for working with individuals who have experienced trauma. Directly following the keynote, participants have the option to attend 4 of 6 immersion sessions in which they will experience therapy from a client’s point-of-view as well as receive an explanation on each form of therapy they experience. This conference is open to students and clinicians at any level of their professional career to learn more about creative arts and alternative therapies.
Participants can earn up to 5 CEUs for attending this event. Please contact Molly Knapp for more information at 312-265-9096 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
More information on our keynote, Dr. Marni Rosen:
Dr. Marni Rosen Psy.d ATR is the Practice Manager of the Institute for Therapy through the Arts. She is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Art therapist having graduated from the Adler School of Professional Psychology in 2011. She specializes in trauma centered psychotherapy and the application of art therapy with anxiety and stress related disorders. She completed a Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Posttraumatic Stress Center in New Haven, CT and was a research assistant at Yale University studying the impact of the trauma on the narrative of Holocaust survivors. She is a supervisor, consultant, and trainer on trauma informed psychotherapy and art therapy in addition to a published author of 3 academic papers including Adlerian Art Therapy with Survivors of Sexual Assault in the Journal of Individual Psychology and Developmental Transformation Art Therapy in the American Art Therapy Association journal.