Trainer - Evan Hasting Workshop fees - Rs 8000/ Venue - Women's Christian College, Chennai
About Evan Evan integrates Theatre of the Oppressed, Drama Therapy and elements of Hip Hop culture into his approach to artistic social healing. Grass Rooted in community organizing, he acts in, directs and produces original performance pieces that grapple with pressing issues while innovative aesthetics invite audience engagement. Evan facilitates in correctional facilities, community theatres, schools and colleges. He also works with therapists, social workers, artists and educators by consulting and providing professional development.
Storytelling Therapy workshop - 10 to 12 July
Trainer - Dr Eric Miller Workshop Fees - Rs 6000/- Venue - Women's Christian College, Chennai
For either or both workshops pleaseclick hereto register.
Call us for more information - 044-42080810/ 9884700124
Pioneers in Dance Movement Psychotherapy: different DMP models
DMP & the therapeutic process; making sense of dance movement as the embodied, symbolic expression of experience.
The intensive workshop also focuses on how DMP is applied to practice in various settings. You will have an opportunity to hear about a number of specialist areas and how DMP adapts to fit the context whilst staying fundamentally on model with its guiding principles.
Preetha Ramasubramanian: Preetha did her MA in Dance Movement Psychotherapy and graduated with a distinction from Goldsmiths College, University of London. She is a member of Association of Dance Movement Psychotherapy, United Kingdom and American Dance Therapy Association.
Preetha started her professional career as a special educator in India and went on to head the creative movement department at vidyasagar. To gain international exposure she moved to the UK and worked as a special educator. During this, she witnessed how movement and dance helped people think and talk about their feelings. As a professional dance teacher in modern dance, she witnessed an overall change in people’s wellbeing through dance. This inspired her to explore how movement can be used as an expressive tool and led her to higher studies in Dance Movement Psychotherapy and a career in the psychotherapy domain. As a dance movement psychotherapist she gained broad exposure in the UK working in different settings such as forensic psychiatric unit, special and mainstream schools.
Expressive Arts Therapy classes Feb 6 to 10 from 9.30 AM to 4.30 PM
Music Therapy classes Feb 11, 12, 14, 15 from 9.30 AM to 4.30 PM
As part of the class on DEAT (Diploma in Expressive Arts therapy) Dr Karen Estrella will be teaching both these modules. Dr Estrella has written several articles on Expressive Arts therapy as a modality on its own. She is the Director of the Expressive Arts Therapy Programme at Lesley University, Boston. Dr Estrella is a licenced Music therapist, Art therapist and Expressive arts therapist. She is a wonderful teacher and has many years of experience as a therapist.
If any of you wish to register for either of these modules please write to us asking for details.
There were a little more than 300 participants on the first conference that we jointly conducted with Women's Christian College. Being the first such conference, this is a very important landmark in the history of Expressive Arts Therapy in India.
The sessions were as follows:
Pre conference options for Feb 15th was any of the following:
Building Empathy using Dance Movement Therapy – Preetha Ramasubramanian
Storytelling for Self-Development – Dr. Eric Miller, USA/India
Psychodrama : Enhancing Creativity and Spontaneity – Magdalene Jeyarathnam
Art Therapy – Oihika Chakraborthi
The schedule of the conference is as follows:
16th February 2017 (Day 1)
8.30 – 9.30 Registration
9.30 -10.00 Inauguration Session (Auditorium)
11:00 – 11:15 Tea
11:15 – 12:15 Plenary I — Why Expressive Arts Therapy is a Separate Mode of Therapy, Dr. Karen Estella
12:15 – 1:15 Plenary II – Expressive Therapies Focussing on Dance and Movement, Ms. Ritu Shree
1:15 – 2:15 Lunch
2:15 – 3:45 Concurrant Workshokshop,“Expressive Arts for Personal and Professional Effectiveness”:
Dance Therapy, Ms. Tripura Kashyap
Visual Art Therapy, Ms. Oihika Chakraborthi
Therapeutic Uses of Story and Storytelling, Ms. Regina Ress
Expressive Arts Therapy, Ms. Brinda Jacob-Janvrin
3:45 – 4:00 Tea
4:00 – 5:30 Plenary III — Expressive Arts Therapy and Behavioural Change, Ms. Magdalene Jeyarathnam
6 PM - Inauguration of the Expressive Arts Therapy Association of India. Lighting of the lamp and combined art work.
17th February 2017 (Day 2)
9:00 – 10.15 Plenary IV — Expressive Arts Therapy - A Case Study, Ms. Brinda Jacob-Janvrin
10:15 – 10:30 Tea
10:30 – 1:00 Panel Presentations: “Self-discovery through Expressive Arts for Human Resource Development.”
Moderators, Dr. Veena Easvaradoss and Dr. Anitha Rajendran.
1) Visual Art, Ms. Oihika Chakrabharti
2) Psychodrama, Ms. Magdalene Jeyarathnam
3) Dance and Movement, Ms. Preetha Ramasubramanian
4) Storytelling, Dr. Eric Miller
1:00 – 2:00 Lunch
2.00 – 3.30 Paper Presentations.
Track 1, Expressive Arts Therapy.
Track 2, Individual Expressive Therapies.
Track 3, Applications of the Expressive Arts – I.
Track 4, Applications of the Expressive Arts – II.
Indian Institute of Psychodrama & Madras School of Social Work are giving a joint certificate in Psychodrama (30 hour certificate course @ MSSW)Open for students of Psychology, Social Work,and Human Resource Management.