Emerald Sketch Trauma Response

Learn Effective Art therapy Community Outreach Post Crisis

Bridging the Trauma therapy Gap from Immediate Response to Clinical Practice


Art Connects Us, Inc. Director Dianne Vincent welcomes Nicole Porter Willcox, art therapist and Founding Director of the Emerald Sketch, to bring local Charleston art therapist's this opportune advanced practice.


ADVANCED PRACTICE


The intention is to teach an understanding of how art therapy was brought to the survivors of the Sandy Hook School Tragedy and the Newtown community as a whole, as well as foster greater support for Charleston clinicians currently able to provide art therapy services. Practice of the outreach method will be facilitated, in addition to review of the Sandy Hook success rate. All Creative Arts therapist's attending will learn the most current method to communicate to the general public and most importantly those in need of mental health services 'How art therapy heals trauma'.

Emerald Sketch Art therapy Trauma Response Treatment

Friday, Aug. 28th, 3-5:30pm

409 Coleman Blvd., Ste. 2B Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464

Please RSVP Directly to ART CONNECTS US, INC


By Tuesday, August 25, 2015




Call 843.870.7236


artconnectsus@gmail.com

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Emerald Sketch ART, Inc.

Our mission is provide immediate needs support to Creative Arts therapist's in any national community post horrifying trauma. The focused intention is to aid the mobilization of localized art therapy trauma assessments and services as early as possible.