Inside the Circle: Imagery and Symbols
This workshop introduces therapists to work with color and symbols in art with clients. Through the discussion of the artwork of clients, and making their own art the participants will learn how to recognize shapes and colors in art that will inform their understanding of adult and child clients' current states and psychosocial processes.
As part of this afternoon, participants will learn about meanings of symbolism within Jungian mandala-circle art. As part of the instruction Kellogg's Mari® Mandala Assessment protocol will also be introduced. The MARI is a psychological assessment instrument that uses symbols and colors to reveal a ‘picture” of an individual’s present functioning. The MARI functions as a doorway between the conscious and the unconscious and assesses emotional, psychological and developmental processes. Information about training with this assessment protocol will be provided.
This workshop is for all mental health professionals interested adding to their skills in working with imagery in clinical practice.
Presenter: Joanna Clyde Findlay MA, MFT, is a registered Art Therapist and Faculty of Alliant International University and the California Institute of Integral Studies and certified, ATMA Instructor and practitioner who has been teaching for the past 10 years. She has extensive clinical experience as an art therapist and marriage and family therapist in private practice and community settings working with children, adolescents and families in the USA, France and the UK. She has published professionally on mandalas, imagery in healing and clinical neuroscience. Trained in Mari® Mandala she has provided workshops on its uses. She is co-author of: Art Therapy and the Neuroscience of Relationships, Creativity, and Resiliency, published by Norton.
Contact: (415) 735 1549, Findlaytherapy.com
Where: 3059 Filmore Street, San Francisco CA 94123
When: Please call for details.Groups depend on numbers of interested participants.
Fee: $ 60