ETSLA-2018_Website-BannerLearn arts-based tools for facilitating communication, building connection, promoting positive emotions, fostering engagement, reducing stress, and managing the impact of trauma at our second annual experiential training conference on the theme of “Creativity & the Arts in Healing.”

This year features four amazing plenaries—kicking-off with Dan Siegel, MD (4/26), followed by Robert Duke, PhD (4/27); Janis Timm-Bottos, PhD, ATR-BC (4/28); and the Urban Voices Project (4/29).

who should attend:

  • Creative arts therapists at all levels
  • Educators and students
  • Community arts professionals
  • Complementary and integrative health and medicine professionals
  • Mental health, senior and hospice care, and social service professionals
  • Interested members of the general public


Click here to view last year’s program.

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