The APNC Northeastern Region is proud to offer this training, presented by: Samuel K. Lewis, BMT, CSAPC, ASAPS
About this Training: Introduction to Creative Expressive Art in MH/SA Treatment & Prevention
Introduction to Creative Expressive Art in MH/SA Treatment & Prevention: An interactive and experiential approach to music, art, movement, and creative arts therapies. An interactive and informative learning experience for MH/SA treatment and prevention professionals, using creative expressive arts as an intervention to serve their population. Individual/Group assessment techniques will be covered. Interactive activities will be presented illustrating practical and useful techniques without special music/artistic skills. Take a ways for participants will be new and fresh ideas to add to current interventions to reach positive outcomes and goals.
About the Presenter:
Sam Lewis is a native to Eastern North Carolina living currently i n his home town of Historic New Bern, NC raising his family and working currently as an Alcohol Substance A buse Prevention Specialist aboard Camp Lejeune- New River MCB in Onslow County, NC. Sam has worked in the ENC Region and with the state to provide mental health and substance abuse treatment and prevention services since 2000.
Friday, December 16, 2016
1pm-4:15pm | Training
PORT Human Services
154 Beacon Dr., Suite I
Winterville, NC 28590
- $30 -- APNC Members
- $45 -- Non-APNC Members
- $30 -- Students
- *You may pay online by credit card, or by cash/check at the door.
When & Where
Addiction Professionals of North Carolina (APNC)
Advancing Policy, Services and Professional Development for Addiction and Prevention Professionals.
A Proud Affiliate of NAADAC.
Addiction Professionals of North Carolina (APNC) exists to advance policy, services, and professional development that reflect the highest standards of the addiction profession, strengthen its value to the community and promote the values of its members.