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LFA Certified Expressive Arts Practitioner Program

LFA Certified Expressive Arts Practitioner Program
Event on 2017-09-08 09:30:00
The LFA Certified Expressive Arts Practitioner (CEAP) Program is an 11 month course of study for those interested in the professional field of intermodal expressive arts. Some graduates may choose to simply use this training to enhance the work they are doing in their current profession, while others may wish to apply certificate hours towards the REAT (Registered Expressive Arts Therapist) or REACE (Registered Expressive Arts Consultant Educator) credential through the International Expressive Arts Therapy Association (IEATA) LFA's CEAP program is open to anyone who is interested in learning how to use the arts to help others, such as their clients or students. Please note it is a certificate program, and does not give a degree. Also, if you want to receive the Registered Expressive Arts Therapist (REAT) designation, there are additional requirements, such as having an MA in counseling or MFA. Please contact us at 773-327-7224 with questions about the program. REAT- If you want to apply your hours towards the REAT credential you must have a Master’s degree in Psychology, Educational Psychology, Counseling, Social Work, Marriage & Family Therapy, related mental health discipline (for this category 200 hrs of practicum must be completed with 25 hrs of  individual supervision or 50 hrs of group supervision).  Or you may have a Masters in Fine Arts (music, visual arts, dance, drama, etc.) (For this category you must complete 500 hrs of practicum with 50 hrs of individual supervision or 100 hrs of group supervision).     REACE – If you want to apply your certificate hours towards the REACE credential, You must have a Masters in Expressive Arts,  Psychology,  Education,  Educational Psychology,  Counseling,  Spiritual Development or Pastoral Field ,Social Work,  Business Management  Organizational Development, or Any of the Creative Arts. No practicum or supervision hours are required.   Professional registration as a REAT or REACE  have additional requirements. Please visit IEATA www.ieata.org. For updated information. Structure of the CEAP Program LFA's CEAP program takes 11 months, and is divided into 11 seminars. Each seminar is a one-month process that begins with home study reading, assignments and discussion with instructor and fellow students through an online discussion venue, and concludes with a full-day workshop (9:30 AM – 5:30 PM) on the last day of the seminar. Seminars are held on Sundays. For example: the seminar would start on September 8 with home study reading, online assignments and discussion with instructor and fellow students, and conclude with a full-day workshop on October 8, the last day of the seminar. Registration Please contact Joan at 773-327-7224 or joan@lifeforcearts.org for more information and registration Certified Expressive Arts Practitioner Program September 2017- August 2018  Cost: ,500 if paid in two installments, ,300 if paid all at once.  Full-day In-person workshops are on Sundays from 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM at Life Force Arts Center, 1609 W Belmont, Chicago IL 60657 Start date is September 8, 2017 with first in-person class on Sunday, October 8, 2017.  Other full-day in-person workshops will be on Sundays, dates listed below. September 8 – October 8, 2017 – Expressive Arts Therapy/ History:  Life Force Arts Method. Program begins with home study/online learning –  Full day  in-person intensive (9:30 AM – 5:30 PM): Life Force Arts Method on October 8, 2017  October – November 12, 2017-  Expressive Arts Therapy/ History: The Creative Connection (Natalie Rogers) (continued home study/online learning EXA approaches and practices)  Full day in-person intensive. on November 12, 2017 November – December, 10, 2017 – Intermodal Expressive Arts therapy (Levine approach) (continued home study/online learning EXA approaches).  Full day in-person intensive:  on December, 10, 2017 December – January 14, 2018 –  Visual Art Therapy History/theory (home study/online learning, and prepare art project for Full day intensive)  Full day intensive art therapy techniques- Doll making, mask and instrument making on January 14, 2018 January – February 11, 2018 –  Dance movement therapy history (home study/online learning). Full day intensive dance therapy techniques on February 11, 2018  February – March 11, 2018 – Music therapy history (home study/online learning). Full day  intensive music therapy techniques on March 11, 2018 March – April 8, 2018 –  Drama therapy history (home study/online learning). Full day intensive Drama therapy and Psychodrama techniques; Creating Healing Ritual/Sacred Ceremony on April 8, 2018 April – May 6, 2018- Literary arts in therapy (home study/online learning) Full day intensive techniques- poetry, creative writing and journaling on May 6, 2018 May – June 10, 2018 – Intuitive Healing Arts (home study/online learning) Full day intensive – Dream work and Expressive arts therapy; vibrational therapies (crystal healing, essential oils, color, sound etc) and Tarot archetypes and expressive arts on  June 10, 2018  July 8, 2018 & August 12, 2018  – Final projects/presentations Graduates of LFA's Certified Expressive Arts Practitioner program receive a Certificate of Completion for the program. The Faculty Szmeralda Shanel MA (Lead Instructor) is a visual, ritual and performing artist as well as a published author. She is a Life Force Arts Artist in Residence, and has worked in the field of expressive arts for over twenty years. In addition to being a Registered Expressive Arts Therapist, Szmeralda has been trained and initiated into several traditional healing systems and is an ordained interfaith minister, spiritual counselor and holistic healer. She is the founder of The Art of Healing http://www.asacredart.com Joan Forest Mage, MA (Lead Instructor) is the founder and director of Life Force Arts Center and developer of the Life Force Arts Method of spiritual and artistic teaching.  She has a Master of Arts Degree from De Paul University's School for New Learning, with the focus area "Creating Healing Ritual Through the Arts." Joan is a contributing author to the book on Expressive Arts Therapy Healing with Art and Soul: Engaging One’s Self Through Art Modalities. A Certified Movement Analyst in somatics through the Laban/Bartenieff Institute, Joan has over forty years of professional performing and teaching experience as a dancer, singer and theater performer, and two music CDs to her credit. Joan studied shamanism, energy work and healing ritual with numerous teachers. She has taught classes and workshops in the arts, body movement, fitness and yoga since 1985, and created the Life Force Arts Shamanic Training Program in 2001.  Contact Joan at Joan@LifeForceArts.org or 773-327-7224. Associate Instructors In addition to the two lead instructors, several guest teachers will present units within the program on their specialties in healing with the visual, literary and performing arts. These instructors represent a diverse community of professional teaching artists, artist-healers, and expressive arts therapists who explore the connection between the arts, healing and spiritual practice.   FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CLICK HERE

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