ONLINE FILM LIBRARY: WHAT IT IS, HOW TO USE IT

No matter where you are, or what time it is, you can stream any of the films from our 18 DVDs, including all of the titles by art therapist Judy Rubin. DVDs are also available. We are pleased to offer the first selection of these titles, which will be expanded throughout 2020 via monthly uploads. A substantial selection of other items from our Online Film Library will soon be available. Arts therapies topics will include: crisis intervention, treatment of cancer, elderly, prisons, and war trauma.

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Once you select a film to rent, it will be added to your account for the designated rental time, and you will receive a confirmation email for each rental. Please note, you must be logged in to view your purchases.

CE Credits Available – More Coming Soon
Expressive Media is also now an authorized provider of NBCC Continuing Education Credits for at-home study by counselors and art therapists (ACEP No. 6697). These credits will soon be available for a number of our offerings, including Expressive Media Titles, Films on the Arts in Healing, Arts Therapies Sessions, and Conference Presentations.

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WATCH A FREE FILM PREVIEW FROM OUR COLLECTION

Check back periodically for a free digital preview from our extensive collection of films on the arts in healing. These excerpts and shorts are offered in gratitude for those donors who helped make this project possible. You can help us maintain this costly service by donating now

“Do Not Go Gently” (excerpt)
Directed by Melissa Godoy (2007)

AWARDS
* Gold World Medal – Humanities – 2008 New York Film and Video Festivals
* American Society on Aging 2008 National Media Award for Best Electronic Media
* Remi Winner, 2008 Worldfest Houston International Film Festival
Do Not Go Gently explores the science of lifelong creativity with gerontologist Gene Cohen, MD, PhD, whose groundbreaking work provided a deeper understanding of the aging brain, celebrates three remarkable artists over the age 85—America’s fastest growing age group. Narrated by famed newsman Walter Cronkite, Do Not Go Gently highlights the role of creativity in contributing to a long, happy, and healthy life. The importance of making creative outlets available to older adults with Alzheimer’s disease and other age-related disabilities is also noted. This excerpt focuses on Gee’s Bend quiltmaker, Arlonzia Pettway.

INTRODUCING THE EXPRESSIVE MEDIA COLLECTION

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Expressive Media Titles

Films on the Arts in Healing

Arts Therapies Sessions

Conference Presentations

Drama Therapy-Miniature Toy Interview

  Drama Therapy-Miniature Toy Interview Eleanor C. Irwin, PhD, RDT, TEP Play is the language of childhood, expressed through fantasies of make-believe. Using toys and pretend can make a toy…

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Individual Dance/Movement Therapy with Penny Lewis

Individual Movement Therapy Penny Lewis, PhD, ADTR, RDT-BCT, LMHC, NCC This in-depth dance/movement therapy session provides a window into the brilliant work of Penny Lewis, Ph.D. Dr. Lewis illustrates her…

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Instinctual Trauma Response™ (ITR) Method

This session demonstrates the core of the ITR Method for treating trauma. Linda helps Diane to create a “Graphic Narrative” – a trauma story done in a series of drawings on separate pieces of paper, based on the Instinctual Trauma Response – ITR.

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