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Sat, 27 May

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Zoom Workshop

Introduction To Trauma & The Role of The Expressive Arts

Hosted by Psycholozin and facilitated by Noula, this training is an experiential introduction to understanding Trauma, and the role of the expressive arts in the therapeutic process. Scroll Down For More Details.

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Introduction To Trauma & The Role of The Expressive Arts
Introduction To Trauma & The Role of The Expressive Arts

Time & Location

27 May 2023, 4:30 pm – 7:30 pm AEST

Zoom Workshop

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About the event

THIS PROMOTION PRICE IS AVAILABLE UNTIL 7TH MAY 2023. 

Hosted by Psycholozin (in Greece), this training is an experiential introduction to understanding trauma and the role of the expressive arts in the therapeutic process. Together we will explore a variety of perspectives on trauma, drawing on the wisdom of Dan Siegel, Bonnie Badenoch, Cozolino, Jenina Fischer, and others. This topic will be explored through a brain/body lens, and will cover topics such as:

  • What happens to a person who has experienced overwhelming events in their life;
  • What happens to a person's nervous system when they have experienced overwhelming events in their life;
  • The three phased approach to healing trauma; and
  • How we can introduce the benefits of the expressive arts along the healing journey.

Duration: 3 Hours

Time: Please note, this workshop starts 9:30am ATHENS TIME and 4:30pm SYDNEY TIME 27th May

Language: English

Location: Online / Zoom

You can also access, see details and purchase this training  through Psycholozin's website: https://www.psycholozin.gr/ekdilwseis/seminaria/trauma-the-role-of-the-expressive-arts.html 

Noula is also the founder of BeCause Movement - a NFP bringing people together to explore the power of the expressive arts for personal change; change which will ripple beautifully throughout your community. Learn more about this movement here: https://www.becausemovement.org/

Tickets

  • Trauma Training Ticket

    $115.00

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$0.00

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