Events

Jung and Art Therapy - Theory, Techniques, and Application

October 14, 2017 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Art therapists study multiple theoretical foundations. Carl Jung created art as he delved into his own process. He used these experiences, those of his clients, as well as his studies and travels, to define his theoretical approach, analytical psychology. This workshop explores Jung’s concepts and how they apply to art therapy. Multiple experientials will allow the participant to further deepen their understanding of the concepts. The experientials will also be used to apply Jung’s work to various populations. This workshop is for NY LCAT and graduate level creative arts therapists in related programs.

Location: Smyth Hall Room 200

Cost: $80

Michele Petrin, mpetrin3@naz.edu