13

Feb­2016

23

Apr­2016

DECRIPTION

Family art therapy groups focus on the motivation, maintenance, and development of open-resource communication within the family.

The term “art therapy” stands for any therapeutic use of the creative art-making process as part of the professional interaction between a therapist and a client. The “therapeutic use” means that the chosen activity helps the client achieve awareness of his or her inner self – “What I feel”, “Why I react this way”, “What I want”, “Why I am (not) doing it”, “What scares me”, “What makes me happy”, “What I prefer”, and so on.

The group’s major goals include creative expression of accumulated emotions (both positive and negative), identification and transformation of automatic behavioral patterns in child-parent relationships, resolution of complicated conflicts, interactive developmental experiences, and, not least, deriving pleasure from collaborative creative acts.

During the sessions, parents learn to fully comprehend and accept their children, provide themselves with more freedom for self-expression, and build a healthy subordination model. Most techniques revealed in the classroom can be applied at home as well.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORS

Anna She — Professional Art Therapist Shestakova holds a master’s degree in Clinical Art Therapy from Long Island University in New York. She is also a member of the American Art Therapy Association.  Previously, she has worked with the ‘Perekryostok’ (‘Crossroads’) Center of Assistance and Adaptation of Teenagers, ART magazine and the Department of Education at The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York. She has also worked in a freelance capacity as a clinical Art Therapist for charitable organizations worldwide.

Alexander Runov earned a degree in social psychology from Moscow State University of Psychology and Education. Lead specialist at SAMO art therapy studio, he has been running a psychology service at Moscow Progymnasium 1882 for four years. Alexander Runov works with pre-school and high school children and performs as instructor of children’s and family groups. 

schedule

February 13 – April 16, 2016

11:00–13:00  Garage Education Center

GROUP 1

Saturdays 

February 20 – April 23, 2016

11:00–13:00

GROUP 2

Saturdays

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