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    • 26 Jan 2020
    • 9:30 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Harkness Meeting Room Adjacent to the IGM Art Gallery at USC, 2250 Alcazar Street, Los Angeles, CA 90089


    2020 Annual General Meeting and CEU Event
    Sunday, January 26th

    The AGM will be followed by a Professional Presentation

    Art-based Supervision: Deepening the Discourse

    by Barbara Fish, PhD, ATR-BC, ATCS, LCPC 

    Harkness Meeting Room 

    Adjacent to the Institute of Genetic Medicine Art Gallery
    2250 Alcazar Street
    Los Angeles, CA 90089

    We are pleased to invite you to our upcoming Annual General Meeting (AGM). This year, we will also be celebrating the closing of our art show in collaboration with the Institute for Arts in Medicine (IAM): Prescribing Art: A Path to Healing hosted at the IGM Gallery at USC!


    9:30am - Registration/Coffee & Light Breakfast/Networking
    10:00am - 11:30am - Meeting
    11:30am - 12:00pm - Honors and Awards
    12:00pm - 12:45pm- LUNCH

    12:45pm- CEU Workshop Registration
    1:00PM - 3:00PM - CEU Workshop on Art Based Supervision with Barbara Fish

    Breakfast and the AGM are free! 

    Presentation (2 CEUs)- Lunch Included

     $30* members, $40 non-members.

    NEW! $20 for students. Email info@socalarttherapy.org for discount code and bring your student ID.  If you have already registered and qualify for the student fee, email us at info@socalarttherapy.org

    *If you recently renewed your AATA membership and have difficulty verifying your membership status please contact us at membership@socalattherapy.org.  Thank you.

    Art-based Supervision: Deepening the Discourse

    Summary: Art-based supervision employs response art as an important tool to explore and conceptualize treatment. When images are made as part of supervision, they help to contain material from session, supporting focused discussion of the content. Images also provide a focus for further exploration and reflection over time as well as supporting effective communication about therapy. This workshop provides participants didactic and experiential opportunities to introduce and deepen understanding of the use of art-based supervision. The workshop begins with a description and examples of the use of response art. This is followed by image making and discussion of the artwork created. The workshop will conclude with group discussion and further questions.

    About Barbara

    Barbara Fish, PhD, HLM, ATR-BC, ATCS, LCPC is an artist, art therapist, supervisor and educator. She has provided art-based supervision for those in art therapy training and postgraduate professional development for more than thirty years. She is the author of Art-based Supervision: Cultivating Therapeutic Insight Through Imagery, (Routledge, 2017) as well as many other book chapters and articles. Her research focuses on the use of response art in art therapy, art-based supervision and art-based research. Barbara is a past president and honorary life member of the Illinois Art Therapy Association and the 2019 Honorary Life Member of the American Art Therapy Association. She recently relocated from Chicago to San Diego, where she continues to practice postgraduate supervision and teach distance classes for Saint Mary of the Woods College and Mount Mary University. 

    Best regards,

    Board of Directors
    Southern California Art Therapy Association

    Angelique Poisson, President 
    Genia Young, President-Elect
    Michelle Bosco, Treasurer
    Angela McCorkle, Chapter Delegate
    Clarissa Greguska, Secretary


    Parking and Directions

    • 26 Jan 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Institute for Genetic Medicine (IGM) Art Gallery 2250 Alcazar Street, CSC 240 Los Angeles, CA 90089

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