Learn basics of Art therapy with COPE / March 16, 2024

A youth-inclusive art therapy training course at the LEXIS educational center on 16 March “Art therapy as a tool to help young people cope with stress and anxiety”

Date: March 16, 2024

Time: 14:30-17:30

Location: LEXIS language school, Seifertova 327/85

For whom: Educators and camp counselors working with youth.

Duration: 3 hours

FREE of charge

What is Art Therapy? How can it positively impact our mental health?

Together, we will explore the transformative power of Art Therapy in a holistic and peer-to-peer approach, targeting educators, trainers, youth workers, volunteers, and youth professionals with an artistic background.

Discover the world of art therapy and its potential in working with youth! 

Workshop facilitator: Lusine Di, Art Therapist and Coach, who helps people through creativity and coaching practices to understand their feelings and emotions and move towards solving deeper issues.

1. During the first hour and a half, Lusine will introduce you to the basics of art therapy, explaining what it entails and what opportunities it provides.

2. Then comes the practical part, where you can try out your new knowledge. One of the practices, “Working with negative emotions within the frame”, Lusine will examine in detail and conduct for one of the participants. This practice will help manage negative emotions and unconscious states.

3. You will also learn about the method of “Aquatic therapy” and how it can be applied among youth. This method fosters dialogue between the conscious and unconscious (our unconscious part). Join our workshop and discover new possibilities for working with youth through art and self-expression!

Upon successful completion of the sessions, attendees will receive a certificate of participation. These training sessions are organized within the framework of the Erasmus+ project titled “COPE”, co-funded by the European Union. 

About COPE The Erasmus+ funded project aims to foster resilience among youth facing anxiety and stress linked to the COVID-19 pandemic and war by embracing art as a therapeutic medium and exploring diverse educational avenues while equipping youth workers with new competencies.

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