ITA offers supervision and consultation for Creative Arts Therapists and professionals working in medical and mental health fields.
Consultation Groups are facilitated by Clinical Supervisor Jessica Ventura-Ewing, LCPC, ATR-BC, IMH-E (III), (847) 213-0754.
Create-in-Place: Art Based Self-Care for Mental Health Professionals
Date: TBAs based on interest. Creating is a way of making meaning, building connection, and soothing our nervous systems. These hour long sessions will focus on arts-based self-care and peer support. Participants will be asked to use their favorite art materials or learn ways of making art with what they have.
No prior art experience needed.
For more information, contact Cara Wellvang, LCPC, ATR.
Clinical Consultation Group for Mental Health Professionals
ITA offers rolling clinical consultation groups based on interest. These meetings will serve as an opportunity for creative arts therapists and other mental health professionals to discuss telehealth challenges and best practices, process clinical concerns, and present cases for consultation. You will be encouraged to create art during the group to support self-reflection.
For more information, contact Clinical Supervisor, Jessica Ventura-Ewing.
Using Art in Treatment Supervision (for non-art therapists)
Contact: Jessica Ventura-Ewing, (847) 213-0754
ITA offers individual and rolling group sessions based on interest. These meetings are geared towards practitioners without formal training or degrees in art therapy, but are interested in gaining art skills, learning new techniques, and deepening the art making process for their clients through supervision and consultation. Sessions will incorporate didactic training, case presentations, and experiential learning. Please note that these sessions are not designed to replace formal training and cannot be applied towards credentialing.
Please contact us if you are interested in:
- Enriching and increasing your knowledge of effective use of art in clinical practice.
- Receiving professional development in art making techniques, art therapy interventions, and supervision consultation.
- Building a network of professional relationships for consultation.