Art Therapy Interventions
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Pamela G. Malkoff Hayes – Art Therapy Interventions for Anxiety, Chronic Pain and Addictions
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- Pamela G. Malkoff Hayes
- 5 Hours 50 Minutes
- Audio and Video
- Apr 10, 2019
Are you looking for new ways to help your clients combat negative self-talk to push through fears and anxiety, and turn away from self-destructive isolating behaviors?
Watch Pamela Malkoff Hayes, MFT, ART-BC, in this experiential course to fill up your therapeutic toolbox with new and unique art interventions that will stop catastrophizing thoughts and negative self- talk. Experience how evidence-based treatments will help your clients learn to tolerate frustration, and sit with uncomfortable feelings, without the immediate need to self-medicate.
Discover how combining art therapy with CBT, positive psychology and mindfulness helps to delay immediate gratification, look at the world differently, process fears, accept imperfection and let go of past anger and hurt.
Case studies, art experientials, demonstrations and interactive discussions will be utilized in this cutting-edge course to:
- Encourage thinking outside the box using materials in a new way
- Help clients look at how external influences affect them
- Set aside ego-based reactions and replace those with thoughtful responses
The powerful art interventions taught in this recording will help your clients transform their emotional response to past trauma, problem solve, change their perspective, and move toward a place of acceptance and gratitude.
|Manual – Art Therapy Interventions for Anxiety, Chronic Pain and Addictions (2.79 MB)||55 Pages||Available after Purchase|
|Instructions for ASHA Credit – SELF STUDY ONLY – 04/10/19 (38.5 KB)||Available after Purchase|
ART THERAPY – WHAT IT IS AND WHAT IT ISN’T
- History of Art Therapy and the Multiple Ways it is Applied
- Engaging in art changes our emotional response to memories of trauma
- Case studies including: Female understands herself and her relationship more clearly after completing and talking about a drawing
- Art participation: bypass fears of perfectionism and the “I can’t draw” voice
ART THERAPY FOR ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION
Create new neural pathways for trauma related anxiety, PTSD and/or depression
- CBT, Positive Psychology Separating physiological sensations from fears that cause panic attacks
- Externalize and contain fears
- Stopping the automatic negative thoughts (ANTs)
- Art techniques to practice mindfulness and focus
- Challenge and change catastrophizing thoughts
- Case studies including: College student struggling with generalized anxiety
- Art Participation: Technique to express, face and destroy fears
ART THERAPY FOR CHRONIC PAIN
Create a sense of mindfulness, distraction and integration for physical and emotional pain
- Address chronic pain with understanding and provide hope
- Listening to the pain without it defining you
- Case studies including: An adult male with severe back pain
- Art experiential: Opportunity to express and release pain, and build something new out of it
ART THERAPY WITH ADDICTIONS
Techniques to tolerate frustration and uncomfortable feelings
- Examples of self-destructive behaviors in addictions
- Dangers of automatic negative thought processing Interrupt and discourage avoidance and escape
- Case studies including: Groups in drug treatment center
- Art participation: Address fear of making mistakes and allow for trying new things – encourages individual creativity within a safe structure
CHANGE PERSPECTIVES AND MOVE TOWARD OVERALL MENTAL WELLNESS
- Rebuild a new belief system combining CBT, Positive Psychology, Narrative Therapy, Mindfulness, Meditation and Art Therapy
- Recognize holding onto past hurt and anger and learning to let go
- Examples of living a life of gratitude
- Case studies including: Clients learning to release and transform fears into hope
- Art Participation: create a gratitude tree
- Practice mindfulness, acceptance, and letting go of unrealistic expectations
- Art Therapy techniques to help set aside ego fueled thoughts and behaviors and increase a connection to others
- Current research and limitations reviewed
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Pamela Malkoff Hayes, LMFT, ATR-BC, is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) in the state of California and a Registered and Board Certified Art Therapist with the American Art Therapy Association (AATA). Her specialties include: alcohol and drug addictions, relationship and parenting, depression and anxiety, grief, LGBTQ, gender identity and sexuality. She is also a court certified Sexual Abuse Evaluator and trained in Hypnotherapy, Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) and Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT).
Over the course of her 25+ year career she has worked in schools, hospitals, prison, foster and residential care, and private practice. She is a noted speaker and educator, lecturing throughout the United States. She has taught art therapy courses at Philips Graduate University, Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), and Chicago School for Professional Psychology. She has written several books and produced DVDs on Art Therapy. She stars in the video podcast, “3 Minute Art Therapy”, and was recently featured on “The Science of Happiness/SoulPancake” as the expert Art Therapist.
Ms. Hayes lives in Los Angeles where she has a private practice and provides Art Therapy groups to multiple agencies. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts from Parsons School of Design in New York, NY and Otis/Parsons in Los Angeles, CA and a Graduate Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and Art Therapy from The Notre Dame de Namur University in Belmont, CA.
Financial: Pamela Malkoff Hayes is in private practice. She receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-financial: Pamela Malkoff Hayes has no relevant non-financial relationship to disclose.
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