Expressive Therapies Continuum: Art-Based Intervention and Supervision

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This is the recording from a live training in Montreal, Canada

Art-Based Assessment, Intervention, and Supervision With the Expressive Therapies Continuum

Lisa Hinz, PhD, ATR-BC
Maria Riccardi, M.A, M.Ed., G.C., ATR-BC, RCAT, ATPQ
Gabrielle Gingras, M. A, ATPQ

This workshop/conference will introduce the Expressive Therapies Continuum as a framework for assessment, intervention and supervision in art therapy. Supervision and art-based interventions guided by the ETC will be highlighted. This training is both theoretical and experiential. Learning activities will focus on theoretical presentations, clinical examples, experimentation and discussions. Artistic experiences will be suggested to help participants translate and integrate the information observed during the clinical process into assessment data, formulate treatment goals and implement artistic interventions.

The course contains 6.5 hours of training to be watched and consulted at your pace.

This course is accredited by the following Canadian bodies:
OPQ accreditation (for psychologists and psychotherapists) – 6h30: RE05470-23
CCPA accreditation (for counsellors) - 64963297

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Lisa D. Hinz

Lisa D. Hinz, PhD, ATR-BC is a licensed clinical psychologist and board-certified art psychotherapist. She is an associate professor and director of the art therapy psychology doctoral program at Dominican University of California. She authored many professional publications and three books on art therapy.

Maria Riccardi

Maria Riccardi, M.A, M.Ed., G.C., PhD candidate, ATR-BC, RCAT, ATPQ  is a guidance counsellor and board-certifed art psychotherapist. She is a visiting professor at the Université du Québec en Abitibi- Témiscamingue, Montreal, Canada. She recently co-authored a chapter on the ETC and the military population.

Gabrielle Gingras

Gabrielle Gingras, M.A, ATPQ, PhD candidate, is an art therapist.She is a lecturer in art therapy at the Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Montreal, Canada. Her research interests focus on art therapy as a gateway towards personal empowerment and the lived experience of autistic women.
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