June 2, 2023

Prescott College Expressive Arts Therapy Summer Institute to Run Jun 7-16

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The Prescott College Expressive Arts Therapy Summer Institute (EATSI) 2023 brings experts in expressive arts therapy and art therapy together with students for a unique intensive learning experience. Through experiential learning, self-reflective practices, and collaborative opportunities, participants integrate theories and methods of practice while exploring applications and techniques in a creative and inclusive environment.

The Summer Institute is a core residential learning component for students enrolled in the Expressive Arts Therapy program at Prescott College. Held on campus each spring, the Institute provides rich relational opportunities to gain awareness, clinical knowledge, personal growth, and experience in expressive arts and art therapy.

Participants gain deeper understanding of professional applications while engaging, first-hand, in stimulating creative processes that encourage self-expression and reflection. All EAT enrolled masters and post-masters students are required to attend at least once during their program. MS in Counseling students, alumni, prospective students, and community members are welcome to attend part or all of the Summer Institute.

The Institute is scheduled to be held in person at Prescott College. A detailed schedule including morning wellness opportunities, several breaks each day, and more will be provided to registrants prior to the Institute.

2023 Workshop Presenters

Margaret Carlock-Russo, EdD, ATR-BC, ATCS, is a board-certified art therapist and licensed creative arts therapist. She has experience as an educator, clinical art therapist and assistant school principal. Margaret’s interest areas are working with individuals and groups, program development, and education.

Michael Franklin, PhD, ATR-BC, lectures internationally and is past chair of the graduate Art Therapy Program at Naropa University.  He has practiced and taught in various clinical and academic settings since l981 and is the founder of the Naropa Community Art Studio social engagement research project.

Megan Van Meter, MA, LPC, LMHC, LPC-AT/S, ATR-BC, is registered and board-certified by the Art Therapy Credentials Board as well as licensed by the counseling boards in Arizona, Indiana, and Texas.

Jody Wager, MS, BC-DMT has been a practicing board certified, dance/movement therapist, since 1980. She is the director of the Expressive Therapy Department at Dominion Hospital in Falls Church, VA, where she has been providing dance/movement therapy services since 1995.

For additional details or questions contact:
Margaret Carlock-Russo, EdD, LCAT(NY), ATR-BC, ATCS
Clinical Faculty and Coordinator
Expressive Arts Therapy Post Graduate Certificate Program
Past-President, The American Art Therapy Association
[email protected]