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News 2015

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[2015 Topics: IEATA Board, Co-Chair for REACE, IEATA 2015 Conference in Hong Kong]

 


Announcement:

International Expressive Arts Therapists Association

 

Terri Goslin-Jones was elected as a board member to the International Expressive Arts Therapists Association (IEATA).  She serves as a co-chair for REACE. The Professional Standards – Registered Expressive Arts Consultant/Educator (REACE) Committee identifies and encourages the development of the field of expressive arts consultation and education, co-creating a relevant philosophical understanding of this work and supporting guiding principles that further its development. As a governing body, this committee also oversees the screening and application process for candidates seeking registration as Registered Expressive Arts Consultant/Educators (REACE).  The committee maintains professional Ethical Guidelines and refers ethical issues to the governance committee. (http://www.ieata.org/board-of-directors.html)

 

 

 


International Expressive Arts Therapists Association

IEATA 2015 Conference in Hong Kong

 

Workshop: Thursday, October 08, 2015

IEATA Conference in Hong Kong

 

Presentation Title:

Exploring the Roar behind Self-Silencing with Person-Centered Expressive Arts

Co-Facilitators: Terri Goslin-Jones, Ph.D. & Janet Rasmussen, Ph.D.

 

Presentation Description:

 

This experiential workshop offers Person-Centered Expressive Arts as a means to explore the “roar and the creative potential” behind self-silencing and suppressed emotions. Meditation, movement, art-making, sound, writing, and witnessing will be offered as a process for the participants to access their own suppressed emotions and garner an understanding of their clients self-silencing.  This workshop will enable participants to understand and explore suppressed emotions and in turn utilize these processes to access creative potential with clients in clinical settings.

 

Learning Objectives:

 

1)      Use Person-Centered Expressive Arts to access unconscious material and suppressed emotions.

2)      Introduce an alternative to suppressed emotions that can be used in a clinical setting by providing participants with an experiential exploration of self-silencing using meditation, movement, art-making, sound, writing, and witnessing.

3)      Use Person-Centered Expressive Arts to increase authenticity and access creative potential.

 

 

Panel Discussion: Friday, October 9, 2015

IEATA Conference in Hong Kong

 

Person Centered Expressive Arts Panel

Meet:  Christine Evans, Terri Goslin-Jones, Mukti Khanna, Kyoko Ono & Anin Utigaard

Moderator: Terri Goslin-Jones

 

Person-Centered Expressive Arts is offered worldwide in the arts, business, counseling, education, environmental awareness, healthcare, hospice, mental health, social justice, social work, therapy, and wellness. Pioneers in the field will share the history and research of Person-Centered Expressive Arts followed by a panel discussion.

 

 

Meeting: Saturday October 10, 2015

IEATA Conference in Hong Kong

 

REACE Meeting

Co- Facilitators: Terri Goslin-Jones and Kathleen Horne

 

This session is open to current and prospective REACE members. Consultants and educators who use the expressive arts in a broad range of approaches in education, organizational development, health fields and more are invited to share their experience and ideas. There will be an opportunity to discuss and contribute to the REACE committee’s vision. Participants will also have an opportunity to network and to talk about their work in the expressive arts field.

 

 


Coming Soon New Gallery Items in 2016...

Southeast Asia -->> Cambodia and Thailand

 

 

 

 

 


[2015 Topics: IEATA Board, Co-Chair for REACE, IEATA 2015 Conference in Hong Kong]


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