Sunday, April 17 | 1:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m.
Room# Educ. 1214 | BBS Approved \ 4 CEHs
XEDU 964 – 2113-19127

Making art is a profound experience. It’s close to the soul and is a healing activity. This workshop is an art primer for therapists who want to use art techniques with clients but don’t know where to start. We’ll start at the beginning with which art supplies to buy, where to buy them, and how to keep your office clean. From there we’ll move into the basics of art materials: How to use ink, paper, canvas, paint and mixed-media to help people express things that are otherwise unsayable. You will also learn to draw in one easy lesson (you’ll have to practice some, of course, but you’ll learn a fool-proof technique). Next, we’re off to the project room with 4 projects you can do with clients--children and adults, alike. You’ll learn how these projects will improve self-awareness, intrapsychic communication, and emotional expression. Let the Magic Happen!

A materials fee of $12 will be due to the instructor on the day of the workshop.


has maintained a full-time private practice in Woodland Hills, CA since 1987, where his specialties lie in child therapy and in helping creatively-oriented adults. He is the past president of the Los Angeles chapter of the California Association for Play Therapy, and has been a quoted expert in Child Magazine, Good Housekeeping, and the Los Angeles Times. Also an artist, Robin Walker brings his knowledge of the creative process to his therapeutic work, help­ing people find more satisfying lives through the arts. He is co-founder of the Alliance for Creative Psychotherapy and can generally be found with paint on his hands. Go online to see more or

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