About this course
TAKING IT OFF THE PAGE: Adapting Your Expressive Arts Practice to Your Community of Choice
A Professional Development Workshop
with Pat B. Allen and Adina Allen
Monday March 15
Live Online via Zoom
- See details for a special price for all fourteen 2021 Professional Development Training Workshops here. Valid until March 14 only.
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This workshop we be recorded and the recording will be posted in the forum, after the workshop. The recording will be accessible only to those who registered and paid for the workshop. To ensure confidentiality of the participants, the reading of witness writings will not be recorded.
Expressive arts training is exciting, offering many opportunities for self - exploration and growth. The next step is figuring out how to adapt your insights, gifts and skills to make a contribution to your community of choice. This workshop will combine a presentation about how Rabbi Adina Allen adapted the Open Studio Process, the work of Dr. Pat Allen, to the Jewish world and an experiential exercise to help you assess your resources and challenges and to create an image to map where your passion and the world’s need intersect.
To identify a guiding passion
Assess resources and challenges
Create an image for ongoing inspiration
Rabbi Adina Allen is a spiritual leader, writer and educator who believes in the power of creativity to revitalize our lives and transform Jewish tradition. Integrating a lifetime of experience in the expressive arts with her rabbinic training, Adina has taught clergy, educators and lay leaders in hundreds of Jewish communal institutions across the country. She is a recipient of the Covenant Foundation’s 2018 Pomegranate Prize for emerging Jewish Educators and is an alumna of the Wexner Graduate Fellowship. She was ordained by Hebrew College in 2014. Www.jewishstudioproject.org
Pat B. Allen, Ph.D., A.T.R., is an author, artist, art therapist, and teacher who connects to the Creative Source through art and writing. Her books – Art Is a Way of Knowing (Shambhala 1995) and Art Is a Spiritual Path (Shambhala 2005) – explore the borders between art, psychology, spirituality, and social action and are considered classics in the field of expressive arts therapy. Her novel Cronation (Blue Jay Press, 2016) offers an inspiring vision of a world infused by the revolutionary creative energy of women. Author of numerous professional articles, Dr. Allen lectures and delivers workshops nationally and internationally. Her artwork has been exhibited in a wide variety of juried and invited exhibits. Dr. Allen served on the faculty of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago for twenty years and has taught at many colleges and universities nationally and internationally. Dr. Allen co-founded the Open Studio Project in Chicago and of Studio Pardes in Oak Park, IL. She is currently Senior Consulting Faculty for the Jewish Studio Project, which was founded by her daughter, Rabbi Adina Allen. Pat is the delighted grandmother of Adina’s two boys, Remy and Tovi.
Our Online Professional Development Series is designed for Expressive Arts students and practitioners (therapists, educators, facilitators, coaches, consultants). Through a live online format, we bring you renowned professionals in the field, from around the world, to enhance your training and expertise. Each presentation will be a combination of didactic and experiential learning. We are a Florida CEU provider for LMHC, LCSW, LMFT. You will receive a Certificate of Completion to submit to your own CE Board or certifying body.
Cancellation and Refund Policy for Live Online Events and WorkshopsRefunds must be requested in writing (email) no later than 5 days prior to the workshop date. If supplies were sent to you, you will be refunded the workshop cost minus the supply fee. After the 5 day deadline there will be no refunds unless your space is filled by another participant. There will be no refunds for "no shows”. In case of a family or medical emergency EAFI will do its best to either refund the workshop fee or credit it towards a later date. EAFI is not responsible for participant’s technology, internet, internet platform or computer issues. Participants are responsible for the necessary internet connections/platforms needed to participate in online workshops or events.