$35 – $45

Using Art and Musical Expressive Tools to Treat Anxiety

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Holocaust and Human Rights Center of Maine, Michael Klahr Center

University of Maine at Augusta

46 University Drive

Augusta, ME 04330

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Using the arts is a powerful way to facilitate self-expression, self-awareness, and healing. This highly experiential workshop is specifically designed for behavioral health professionals who treat individuals with substance use and behavioral health disorders that are interested in learning more about incorporating elements of art and music techniques into their clinical practice.

This workshop is designed to educate participants about art and music techniques and provide practical skills for effective assessment and intervention with clients experiencing symptoms of anxiety. Significant attention will be paid to the mind-body connection with numerous opportunities for hands-on, art-based techniques. Participants will gain new skills and interventions to assist in the treatment of clients dealing with anxiety.

Join our two experts in this fun and highly interactive event, learn how to engage clients in these exceptionally therapeutic interventions. No previous art or music experience is required!



ABOUT THE PRESENTERS

Bodhi Simpson head shot

Bodhi Simpson, LCPC, ATR is a Registered Art Therapist, and is the President of the Maine Mental Health Counselors Association. She has a private practice in Waterville and is co-founder of Vast Horizons Center for Personal Growth in Yarmouth. She provides workshops for the community and trainings for therapists focused on incorporating creative expression and work with imagination, intuition, and metaphor into their practices.

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Kate Beever, MA, MT-BC is a Board Certified Music Therapist with a Master’s degree in Music Psychotherapy from New York University. She is also a trained REMO HealthRhythms facilitator and has her certification in Neurologic Music Therapy. She works with clients of all ages with cancer, autism, cerebral palsy, brain injury, depression, developmental disabilities, dementia, and respiratory diseases.

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6.0 Contact Hours Available

Click here for details. Certificates will be emailed to participants who attend the entire program. No partial credit will be given.



Check-in will begin at 8:00 a.m.

Lunch will be on your own. You are welcome to bring your own lunch.


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Holocaust and Human Rights Center of Maine, Michael Klahr Center

University of Maine at Augusta

46 University Drive

Augusta, ME 04330

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