Join Lisa Richardson of Spirited Away Art Therapy for this one hour session to learn what Art Therapy is and how it differs from coloring pages and other types of art projects.
Participants are encouraged to bring their favorite drawing medium and paper (at least 9 x 12"). Additional materials will be also available. You will be asked to try an art directive to the best of your ability and encouraged to participate in discussion and ask questions about the process and Art Therapy in general. Lisa welcomes you to join her for a therapeutic, mindful playdate. She looks forward to sharing a creative expressive process with you and is excited to help you learn something new about yourself!
If you are interested in attending this FREE class, reserve your seat TODAY using the RSVP link above!
About Your Speaker
Lisa Richardson Is a Mental Health Counselor Licensed in Florida, a Professional Counselor Licensed in Connecticut, and has a Master's in Art Therapy from Albertus Magnus College in Connecticut. She was motivated to apply for the Art Therapy graduate program after working with At-Risk-Youth in an afterschool art program. The student's stimulated her curiosity to learn additional ways the creative process could be helpful to emotional and cognitive development. Specifically, she wanted to learn how she could support and encourage children to use art making as a tool for self-expression towards self-actualization.
As an Art Therapist, Lisa observes the manner in which the individual or group elects to express and create, as well as facilitating therapeutic processing of the resulting artwork. To learn more about Lisa Richardson and Spirited Away Art Therapy, visit spiritedawayarttherapy.com.
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