EXCLUSIVE EVENT ACTIVITY

Identification (assessment), Short-term Intervention, and Prevention.

Speaker:

Professor Dr. Robert Winter, Ph.D, CAT, CSM

Type:

Workshop

Date:

23 August 2018

Title:

Identification (assessment), Short-term Intervention, and Prevention.

Abstract:

The main purpose of this workshop is to understand the emotional release contained in the artwork that facilitates a higher potential for social integration and synthesis.
Basically we will try to analyze the formation of images that have not been expressed verbally. The participant will experience within her/his own personal context, the impact of violent tendencies stored in the subconscious and at times, revealed and/or potentially placed into action.
The purpose of art therapy is essentially one of healing; the focus is on the client’s inner experience, their feelings, perceptions, and imagination.

Objectives:

1. Experience firsthand our own violent impulses and those in others, being able to detect and prevent possible destructive behaviors.
2. Analyze new and unexpected ideas and feelings that may lead into violent behavior
3. Develop a means of communication for the person in crisis who is socially unable to communicate verbally or who is well defended verbally.
4. Encourage and facilitate expression without judgment understanding the principles of violent behavior.
5. Understand the emotional release contained in the artwork that facilitates a higher potential for social integration and synthesis.

Remarks:

Maximum of 45 participants