I am Artist Workshop: Tapping the Creative Current
This workshop will explore how as art therapists and counselors we lose touch with our Artist-self, getting caught up in the demands of our work. In order to keep your therapeutic practice alive and inspired it is vital to resource the inherent wisdom and brilliant medicine of the Artist. The Artist is an ever-changing and intangible force, a creative current that we as therapists can tap into and receive its gifts of fluidity and innovation. Through discussion, guided visualization, and art-making you will have the opportunity to reclaim your artistic identity more deeply and discover how to bring these qualities more fully into your practice.
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Heather Wulfers, ATR-BC, LPAT, LPCC, Archetypal Art Therapist, enjoys many roles within the field of Art Therapy, therapist, artist, teacher, supervisor, liaison, mentor, and student. She works for Southwestern College as the Clinical Supervisor of the Counseling Center, and teaches at the college. Heather is also the secretary of NMATA.
Jill Campoli, MA, LMHC is a licensed therapist, an artist, musician and play enthusiast. Jill has worked therapeutically with children, families and adults through play therapy, sand tray, and art therapy. Jill is a licensed therapist at the Southwestern Counseling Center and the Art Therapy Internship Liaison for Southwestern College. Jill is also the chair of the Legislative Action Committee for the New Mexico Art Therapy Association.