STRONGER TOGETHER TM
That has been our guiding principle in creating the Expressive Therapies Summit. After a half century of working in parallel process, it's time for us to gather and learn from each other, and work collaboratively toward the success of all the expressive arts therapies. Together, we are stronger.
CREATIVE and EXPRESSIVE
We refer to ourselves variously: Creative Arts Therapists, Arts Psychotherapists, Expressive Therapists. We are all of these, and more. Not only do we help others, we do so creatively, using one or more of the fine and performing arts. Not limiting ourselves to a single muse or treatment model, we enable others to express their innermost selves, regardless of age, language, or ability.
ALL THIS. . . and . . . NEW YORK CITY, TOO!
So, here's our chance to inspire and learn from each other, relax, and recharge in America's most arts-centric city.
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QUESTIONS OR PROBLEMS?
See You There!
Executive Director, Expressive Media
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ABOUT THE SPONSOR
Institute of the Arts in Healing
Expressive Media (EMI) is a nonprofit organization co-founded in 1985 by pioneer art therapist, psychologist, and analyst, Judith A. Rubin, with her colleague Eleanor Irwin, pioneer drama therapist, psychodramatist, and analyst. EMI's focus is the production and distribution of films demonstrating best practices in the expressive arts, including a number of award-winning titles. The Institute of the Arts in Healing furthers EMI's educational mission to "extend the healing power of the arts" to people of all ages. For more information about EMI, watch clips of our films, or to buy DVDs, visit www.expressivemedia.org.