Using Creative Arts Modalities When Counseling Globally

Mar 30, 2019 10:30am ‐ Mar 30, 2019 11:00am


Description

For creative arts cognate counselors/counselor educators/students, this poster explores how creative arts modalities can contribute to and be utilized when counseling globally. The poster will focus on the benefits of using creative art modalities to counsel, teach, and advocate globally, including examples of specific creative art activities used with different communities around the world.

  • Counselors/counselor educators/counselors-in-training will learn how non-verbal, creative arts modalities can contribute to and be utilized by counselors related to cultural competency and social justice in global mental health.
  • Counselors/counselor educators will learn about the importance of understanding how learning about creative arts modalities can be benefical as a member of the global community with special attention to the relevance of counselor education, counselors-in-training and counselors working internationally.
  • To learn ethical and cultural implementations when using creative arts modalities globally.

Speaker(s):

  • Mariaimee Gonzalez, PhD, Associate Chair for Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Antioch University Seattle
  • Keiko Sano, MA, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Self-employed
  • Dani Baker, MA, Teaching Faculty, Antioch University Seattle

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