Creative Arts Therapy Groups online & in-person
The Art of Feeling: Building Connection and Community through Creativity
10:00am - 11:15pm
6 week group begins April 8
REGISTER by email email@example.com
The Art of Feeling is a weekly virtual art therapy group open to adults of all ages and backgrounds. It is a space to connect with others and explore your own creative growth. Each week, participants can expect a structured art prompt, followed by discussion and processing. No prior art skills required. 8 person limit.
Solo Performance & Self Discovery
REGISTER by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Starts April 18. Meets for 6 weeks.
Is there a story you've dreamed of telling? A character you yearn to create? How does playing the roles we dream of change us? In this 6-session workshop we will write and perform solo work—either building one long-form piece through the six sessions or exploring multiple characters. Each session will include a writing prompt, a chance to share or perform what you've written, and the possibility to continue writing through the week if you choose to. We'll also reflect on how these roles speak to and through us, what it means to embody these voices, and what we can discover when we listen to them.
Have an idea for a new group? We have the resources and the motivation to add new workshops or therapy groups. If there is something you'd like to learn more about, please e-mail us. We'll listen and try to make it happen.
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Professional Trainings for Therapists
New York Creative Arts Therapists, PLLC, SW CPE is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed Social Workers, Creative Arts Therapists, Mental Health Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists, and Psychologists.
To learn more about offering an custom training or workshop at your agency please contact us by e-mail.
What makes our professional trainings different?
We combine hands-on creative activities with best-practice therapy techniques to enhance learning and treatment. In other words: we make it fun, informative, and maybe even self-revelatory.
- We provide practical information that you can immediately use in your clinical practice.
- Interactive, creative learning approach.
- Lots of nuts and bolts information without any dry boring lectures.
- Small group format (max of 8-10 participants)
- Expert presenters from different practice models.
- CE credits. All the hours count. No filler.
Karen Mulcahy, NY