Art Therapy & Neuroscience Training
Participants will have a greater understanding of neuroanatomical structures and functions that inform psychotherapeutic intervention and assessment. Participants will also have an enhanced understanding of the types of research that can and need to be conducted at the interface of the creative arts therapies and neurosciences. The 6-hour workshop will include didactic instruction, case examples, art experiential, and interactive discussion to emphasize the objectives. To register for the event, click here. If you are using a workshop package, please contact Ev Haas at 612-767-7044.
The objectives of this course are to:
- Educate the audience on basic neuroanatomy and brain systems as related to the creative arts therapies and psychotherapeutic process
- Educate the audience on neuroscience principles and theories that underscore creative arts therapies and psychotherapy intervention with a particular focus on the use of the Expressive Therapies Continuum as a diagnostic and assessment tool
- Educate the audience on current neuroimaging technology that can help to inform creative arts and psychotherapy processes through a range of methodological approaches
Juliet L. King, MA, ATR-BC, LPC, LMHC, is an associate professor of art therapy at Herron School of Art and Design and adjunct associate professor in the Department of Neurology at the IU School of Medicine. Ms. King has spent near 20 years as a clinician, administrator, and professor of art therapy education. Professor King’s leadership has spearheaded the development of Herron’s art therapy program, and she has developed the first specialized clinical, education, and research program in neuroscience and medicine at the IU Neuroscience Center. She has a vested interest in integrative care for veterans and their families. Her current research includes exploring the integration of creativity, art therapy, and neuroscience, with a focus on the use of Mobile Brain/Body imaging as a useful and effective neuroimaging tool to explore the neural correlates of artistic expression. Recently, she edited and published a textbook: Art Therapy, Trauma and Neuroscience: Theoretical and Practical Perspectives.
*Alumni, student, guest, & community partner early bird ticket sales are only available up to 1 week prior to event. Please note this event will take place in AGS' new location in Minnetonka. Non-AGS students must present student ID at sign-in.
Adler Graduate School has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6915. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Adler Graduate School is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.
To register, click here or call 612-767-7044.