Free Community Lectures
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Revisiting Leadership as an International Student
Magdalena Karlick, M.A., LPCC, ATR-BC
Wednesday, May 29, 2019. 6:30-8:30pm, SWC CAMPUS
The many roles that I have held over the years have encouraged me to look deeper at “leadership”: as a mother, teacher, art therapist, a supervisor, and as a student. This past summer I started a post graduate program at the European Graduate School in Saas-Fee Switzerland in their Expressive Arts division. Nestled in the Alps, with frozen and running waterfalls and stunning wild flowers, I became a part of an interdisciplinary and international community focused on working creatively with groups. Through this process of becoming a student again, I started contemplating the responsibility of the leader to create a “safe” space for and with a group. Using a phenomenological lens, the questions started flowing: What is safety and who defines it? When does discomfort encourage growth? When does it lead to a fight, flight or freeze response? How does the history of the United States shade my understanding of social justice within the Art Therapy field? How can a global perspective influence interpersonal choices as a leader? How do these questions relate to the education of our youth? In this lecture I will share my experiences, the imagery of creative collaboration, and how this exploration has influenced my practice as a facilitator.
Magdalena Karlick, M.A., LPCC, ATR-BC, is core faculty in the Art Therapy/Counseling program at SWC. She has been the school counselor at Santa Fe School for the Arts and Sciences since 2014. This summer, Magdalena will be finishing the qualifying phase for the Doctoral Program in Expressive Arts: Therapy, Coaching, Consulting & Education, Conflict Transformation & Peacebuilding at the European Graduate School in Saas–Fee, Switzerland. www.magdalenakarlick.com.
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