A high sense of self-entitlement,” “delusional expectations,” “don’t seem to have the same work ethic,” “so needy,” “easily distracted,” “they want to choose what they do, not what I need them to do” These are some of comments some come across in their interactions with business owners, who face the challenges of leading, engaging and retaining talent in their business. Are we doing too much for our millennials? Are we just adding fuel to the fire, enabling them? Let them find out for themselves, it’s a cruel, cruel world. Did we create them and now it’s our responsibility to take care of them? What do you think? Self study opportunity.
One of JCAHOs 2019 standards is suicide prevention. Finding the proper treatment is crucial to curtailing suicidal ideation and reducing suicide attempts. It is noted "A growing body of evidence suggests that suicide prevention is enhanced when specific treatments for underlying conditions are combined with strategies that directly address suicide risk.” Using art therapy as a complementary treatment, those at-risk for suicide can merge artistic approaches with other strategies to help reduce suicidal thoughts and decrease risk of self-harm. This course will focus on the QPR: Question. Persuade. Refer method.
Are adult coloring books art therapy? Some say yes some say no, but there is no doubt they can have therapeutic benefits. Using adult coloring books can reduce anxiety, create focus, calm the mind and occupy the hands. This simple act of coloring can take ones’ attention away from oneself and onto the present-moment activity. This course will provide information on how to incorporate adult coloring books and art therapy. Self Study opportunity. Please email me directly for the information regarding this course.
Courses are three or six hours in length.
Length in Contact Hours:
3 hours = 3 CEUs
6 hours = 6 CEUs
Courses are usually Saturdays
Starting at 9am
Courses are usually $25 per credit.
Accepting cash, credit cards, check & Venmo.
I have worked in the mental health field for over 20 years. My experience includes 15 years as an art therapist at an in-patient, acute psychiatric hospital. There I provide art therapy and psychotherapy to patients of all ages and diverse diagnoses. My education includes Masters Degrees in Creative Arts Therapies and Education specializing in counseling, both with distinction. I have artwork on display around the world and most recently, my work was included in The Archives of American Art at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington DC.
740 East Broadway
Long Beach 11561
Between Roosevelt and Pacific
Street parking available
Enjoy fresh baked goods and coffee upon arrival and cold bottled water throughout the day.
14 days before the course, an 80% refund will be issued. 7 days before the course a 50% refund will be issued. Less than 7 days before the course,
NO refund will be issued. Payments are nontransferable to other dates, courses or programs. Day of course, refunds will only be given in the case of inclement east coast weather, i.e. a snow storm/blizzard.
3Brushes reserves the right to cancel any program due to insufficient enrollment. Registrants will be notified by phone within 24 hours of scheduled course. Full refunds will be issued by check.
Lisa Phillips, LCAT is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Mental Health Practitioners as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed creative arts therapist. #CAT-0067.