Your clients are being held captive by traumatic experiences, turbulent emotions, and debilitating behavior.
You've sat in sessions with clients facing a myriad of conditions - anxiety, trauma, depression, anger - and they don't say a word, fighting against your "treatment" for them.
Sitting in a session where no one speaks is awkward and doesn't help your client move forward, leaving you feeling like a failure. When I started using art techniques to help them "speak" as words fell short, my clients gained tools they could use to move forward.
That's why I'm inviting you to join me in my exclusive online course Healing Through Creative Expression & Imagery: Art Therapy for Loss, Anxiety, OCD and Grief, where you'll learn dozens of art techniques to use with any client you work with.
I hope you join me,
Pamela Hayes, MFT, ATR-BC
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Earn Up to 19 CE HOURS – Included in the price!
Bring awareness and reach beyond censored feelings to a deeper understanding of personal motivations, so your clients can heal. Art therapy provides extensive therapeutic tools that involves all parts of the brain!
Video Session Art Therapy and Anxiety: Healing Through Imagery
Using creative expression can open new pathways for you and your clients. These art techniques are helpful for assessment or therapeutic purposes for clients with anxiety-related disorders, which can drastically take your client from hurting to healing using visual representations and cues.
36+ Art Therapy interventions using different mediums
Questions for you to ask your clients that do not assume or push the conversation in a certain direction, leaving the client open to lead
How to recognize the challenges, issues, symptoms, and needs that face those who are living with anxiety, OCD, panic attacks, phobias, PTSD, and sleeping and eating disorders.
Art projects specifically designed for the treatment of those suffering from anxiety and anxiety-related disorders
The basics of fear and the process of anxiety
An effective combination of art and traditional talk therapy techniques to use in both group and individual counseling sessions
Art projects with other therapeutic interventions to reduce anxiety and fear-based behavior, and another means of communication besides speaking
How creativity can alter neurology to reduce stress and increase calm and focus through multiple case studies
Hands-on art interventions for you to take part in
Hear what an attendee said about these techniques!
Art Therapy for Grief and Loss
Sometimes it’s difficult for therapists to do what is asked of our clients. Take part in the processes you put your clients through, and discover new art projects designed specifically for the treatment of persons suffering from grief and loss.
A new method of communicating with clients to help them work through grief
How effective art therapy techniques are powerful during the stages of grief
Different types of loss and how specific art techniques can reveal certain emotions
The importance of tears and crying, plus stress levels related to loss and bereavement
How art provides power through communication during the stages of grief
Hands-on art therapy techniques to help you understand your client and experience the healing process
"I learned a tremendous amount about how to integrate art therapy into my practice. I found the tools very 'do-able' when integrating into a more traditional practice. She clearly is an excellent therapist who is able to share her creative therapeutic art."
- Lisa Cuseo-Ott
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Healing Through Creative Expression & Imagery: Art Therapy for Loss, Anxiety, OCD and Grief
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Learn More About Your Instructor:
PAMELA HAYES, MFT, ATR-BC,is an artist and a registered and board certified Art Therapist. She is licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist and is currently in private practice in Los Angeles, California. Ms. Hayes developed the art therapy program at the Rhode Island School of Design – Continuing Education. She is currently an adjunct professor for The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. For the past 20 years, Ms. Hayes has worked in numerous psychiatric settings with a variety of clients. Her clinical focus includes families, couples, adults, and children struggling with mood and anxiety disorders, addictions, eating disorders, and abuse.
Ms. Hayes has an undergraduate degree in Fine Arts from Parsons School of Design in New York City and a graduate degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and Art Therapy from Notre Dame de Namur University in Belmont, California. She is the author of several books and DVDs on Art Therapy.
Learn more about how I used Art Therapy with my clients... and how you can, too.
For over 20 years I've worked with clients in schools, prisons, and the office - those facing marriage issues, trauma, grief and a lot more. I know what it’s like to work with clients that have experienced loss or instability in their life - clients who come to your office because of their anxiety, who cut themselves, or those experiencing the death of someone they love. Sometimes they don’t want to talk, and that’s okay.
That's where Art Therapy can help.
I used art therapy with a client who painted with different shades of green that she described as “poisonous” and “ugly.” Her anger while painting was so volatile that when she was done she couldn’t look at it, and asked me to throw it away because it was going to trigger horrible responses from her.
I pulled the painting out in another session and asked her to make that ugly, scary painting less ugly. She tentatively placed yellow and orange designs, before realizing that she made that ugly green mess into a flower garden. Her response?
“Wow, that really is better.”
That change in perspective gives our clients something - Control. Originally she wanted me to throw it away, but if I threw it away then I was in control. I gave her the control back by showing her that we don’t get to start every morning with a clean slate, but with the same issues from the day before, and we have to work with that. That’s okay because there's no garden without fertilizer.
These invaluable art techniques I use in my practice have irrevocably changed my clients lives by using a form of communication other than speaking. As an Art Therapist, I recognize the value in this for my clients, and I want to offer that to you, too.
“Pamela Hayes is warm and open. Her fluidity with the material presented helped ease the learning process.”
- Chandra Davis
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Art Therapy for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
Video Course taught by Pamela Hayes, MFT, ATR-BC
Learn how Art Therapy can reduce or eliminate symptoms of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder in one hour. Provide your clients with a quicker and longer lasting treatment than verbal therapy.
“I was fascinated by the information from beginning to end!”
- Laila Burghardt
Art Therapy Starter Kit List
Pamela Hayes, MFT, ATR-BC
Get this free list of the tools Pamela Hayes recommends to start art therapy in your office! Art therapy doesn’t have to be expensive or difficult to implement with these simple tools. FREE!
Mindful-Art Therapy and Emotional Regulation
Video Course taught by Azita Sachmechian, MA, LMFT, ATR-BC
This 6-hour video course will provide you with dozens of techniques to incorporate art therapy and mindfulness in every session. Clients will finally be able to move past the crisis and deal with the real issues at hand, and you will explore mindful art therapy techniques to help your clients remain emotionally regulated while dealing with difficult emotions.
Azita Sachmechian, MA, LMFT, ATR-BC, is Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Board Certified Art Therapist. She has over a decade of experience working with children and their families at Cedars Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles, California, and has taught art therapy to master level students in Pacific Oaks collage as well as psychiatry interns at Cedars Sinai Hospital. Ms. Sachmechian is certified in evidence-based programs such as Triple P Parenting and Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy.
Ms. Sachmechian maintains a private practice in Los Angeles and is a member of the California Association of Marital and Family Therapist (CAMFT), the Southern California American Art Therapy Association (SOCALATA), and the The American Art Therapy Association (AATA).