"The International Expressive Arts Therapy Association supports artists, educators, consultants and therapists using multi-modal arts processes for personal and community transformation. We provide a global forum for dialogue; promote guiding principles for professional practice, and work to increase recognition and use of expressive arts as a powerful tool for psychological, physical and spiritual wellness."
Take advantage of cross-disciplinary training in Expressive Arts Therapy with experts in the field. WHEAT is the only Private Vocational Institute to offer both Art Therapy & Expressive Arts Therapy Diplomas.
Expressive arts therapy
provides an alternative, cooperative and creative approach for amplifying wellness and addressing emotional
and psychological difficulties through the therapeutic use of the arts. The work has a firm basis in psychodynamic theory and
The Diploma in Expressive Arts Therapy at the WHEAT Institute in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada is an intensive program spanning the course of two
summer intensives, and includes online coursework, practicum experience and ongoing supervision.
Graduates of this program will have the training necessary to begin the registration process as professional members
of the International Expressive Arts Therapy Association as either Registered Expressive Arts Therapists (REAT) or Registered Expressive Arts Consultants (REACE). A Master's degree is required to register as a REAT. REACE candidates may follow the Formal (Master's degree required) or Informal Pathway (combination of work experience and training). See www.ieata.org
for details or contact WHEAT.
Application deadline: April 31st, 2018
(Course start date August 2018)
For more information, contact WHEAT Institute at email@example.com or REGISTER HERE
TESTIMONIAL: "Kate Donohue is an incredible therapist and instructor - [I] cannot fully express my gratitude at having the privilege of being a student in her course; truly life-changing." - Pam HadderPROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT - OPEN DROP IN COURSES:
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
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