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Eco-Art Intervention Training

Bridging Art, Healing, and Nature

  • Starts Oct 11
  • 180 US dollars
  • Online

Available spots


Service Description

Dive into the transformative world of Eco-Art Intervention, an innovative training program designed for mental health professionals seeking to enrich their practice with the healing powers of art and nature. This comprehensive one-day online course, led by Renee Vanderstelt, LGPAT/LGPC, and a Certified Nature Informed Therapist, offers a unique opportunity to explore the symbiotic relationship between creative expression, personal healing, and the natural environment. Course Highlights: Interactive Workshops and Live Sessions: Engage in immersive workshops and breakout groups, facilitating hands-on experiences with eco-art interventions. Four Thematic Modules: Delve into the themes of Belonging & Connection, Self-Compassion & Hope, Identity: Family/Community & Self, and Mobile: Bridge Between Air & Earth, each designed to deepen your understanding and application of nature-informed art therapy. Diverse Artistic Mediums: Experiment with a variety of materials and techniques, from clay and natural elements to drawing and mobile creation, to support therapeutic goals and personal exploration. Holistic and Person-Centered Approach: Learn to integrate eco-art interventions into therapy with a focus on strength-based, holistic, and trauma-informed methodologies. Expert Guidance and Support: Benefit from Renee Vanderstelt's extensive experience and empathic approach to art therapy, underpinned by her specialization in nature-informed therapy. Course Objectives: By the end of this training, participants will: Gain a foundational understanding of eco-art intervention principles and their application in mental health settings. Develop skills in facilitating art-based activities that promote connection with nature, self-expression, and therapeutic healing. Enhance their therapeutic toolkit with creative interventions that can be tailored to individual and group therapy settings. Understand how to create a safe, supportive, and inclusive environment that fosters deep reflection and personal growth through art-making. Who Should Attend? This training is ideal for therapists, counselors, social workers, educators, and any professionals in the mental health field looking to integrate eco-art interventions into their practice. Whether you are new to art therapy or seeking to expand your existing skills with nature-informed approaches, this course offers valuable insights and practical tools to enhance your work.


Upcoming Sessions


Cancellation Policy

CNIT reserves the right to cancel any event due to insufficient enrollment or extreme weather. If CNIT cancels an event, all registrants will be notified and all registration fees will be fully refunded. Full payment is required at the time of registration. ​​ Unless noticed differently for a specific event, 5 days' notice is required for a full refund minus a 10% processing fee if you need to withdraw for personal reasons. ​ NO refunds for no-shows or last-minute withdrawals (within 5 days of the program) ​ ​We appreciate your interest in CNIT events and hope to see you soon.


Contact Details

410-567-1117 extension 730

billings@cmhcweb.com

1010 Dulaney Valley Road, Towson, MD, USA


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