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  • This workshop includes presentations by Dr. Judy Rubin, Michael A. Franklin, PhD, ATR-BC, Laura Greenstone, MS, ATR-BC, LPC, and Harriet Wadeson, PhD, LCSW, ATR-BC, HLM that explore how art, meditation, and journaling can assist as a coping mechanism for living with an illness.

    Creativity & Coping: When the Therapist is Ill

  • The Savera Seminar in Chennai, India represents a seminal event in the development of the art therapy profession in India.

    Crossing Cultures: Introducing Child Art Therapy to India

  • Dr. Alice Flaherty is a neurologist and professor at Harvard Medical School, who treats patients with movement, mood and psychogenic disorders. In this lecture she speaks about the neurological function of both creativity and empathy as they pertain to mental illness and health.

    Empathy, Neurology & The Creative Brain

  • This film documents 4 hours of a weekend-long conference, “Integrating the Arts in Therapy: Art, Music, Dance, Drama, Poetry, Play,” featuring pioneers in each area.

    Integrating the Arts in Therapy

  • A 45-minute interview with the creator of the DDS regarding its creation and use is followed by a 25-minute introductory lecture about this three picture art interview for adolescents and adults. The film concludes with a 20-minute administration of a DDS by Cohen, including a concurrent commentary by him explaining the process.

    The Diagnostic Drawing Series

  • In this lecture, Dr. Hadar Lubin, Ph.D., a psychiatrist from Israel, trained and practicing in the U.S., presents an in-depth foundational overview of the principles and techniques of Trauma-Centered Psychotherapy.

    Trauma-Centered Psychotherapy