Intro to Expressive Arts Therapy

Intro to Expressive Arts Therapy on September 24, 2016 in Emeryville, CA : Facilitated by Wendy Ngo & Clark Hsu
Are you working through grief, trauma, depression or anxiety?
Curious about using arts for healing, centering and self-discovery?
Have you tried talk therapy and still feeling stuck and now ready to try therapy in action?
Join us for this 3-hour introductory workshop!
In our workshop we will:
• Rekindle your creativity and playfulness
• Learn tools to lower anxiety and build confidence
• Explore your personal stories through arts processes
Expressive Arts Therapy is an experiential form of psychotherapy, central to which is the belief that the process of art making can be healing in and of itself and is as important as the content it expresses. Art making helps us reignite our creative spirit, see our lives in new ways and tap into powerful new resources for confronting life challenges.
No previous art or drama experience necessary
Shy people are WELCOME!
For info contact Wendy Ngo
(510) 470-9037 | [email protected]
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Join us for a free 3-hour introductory workshop!WHEN:Saturday September 24th 10:00 AM - 1:00 PMWHERE:Living Arts Counseling Center
1265 65th Street • (between Hollis & San Pablo)
Emeryville, CA 94608COST:FREEBuy Tickets NowEvent Website

Facilitated by Wendy Ngo & Clark Hsu

Are you working through grief, trauma, depression or anxiety?
Curious about using arts for healing, centering and self-discovery?
Have you tried talk therapy and still feeling stuck and now ready to try therapy in action?

Join us for this 3-hour introductory workshop!

In our workshop we will:
• Rekindle your creativity and playfulness
• Learn tools to lower anxiety and build confidence
• Explore your personal stories through arts processes

Expressive Arts Therapy is an experiential form of psychotherapy, central to which is the belief that the process of art making can be healing in and ...read more

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