Cathy Malchiodi PhD
About the Instructor
Cathy Malchiodi, PhD, LPCC, LPAT, ATR-BC, REAT is a research psychologist, licensed and board-certified art therapist and mental health counselor and has published numerous books, chapters, and articles in the field of art therapy including, Creative Interventions with Traumatized Children, Breaking the Silence: Working With Traumatized Children, and Understanding Children's Drawings, which are standards in the field. She has trained counselors, therapists, and teachers throughout the United States, Canada, Asia, and Europe. In 2011, Cathy founded the Trauma-Informed Practices Institute to meet the need for professional education in the use of arts therapies, expressive therapies, mind-body approaches and resilience-building in trauma integration and recovery for children, adults and families.
Emily Johnson Welsh, EXAT, REAT, LPAT, ATR-BC, LPCC-S, RYT has over 12 years’ experience working with clients and developing mental health resources in expressive arts therapies. She is a graduate of Lesley University’s Expressive Arts Therapy and Mental Health Counseling program in 2008 and is a licensed and board-certified art therapist, licensed clinical counselor supervisor, registered expressive arts therapist and a Yoga Alliance Registered teacher. As faculty for the Trauma-informed Expressive Arts Therapy Institute for over 5 years, she brings a current knowledge of “brain-wise” approaches and body-based interventions that focus on building resilience and community. She provides technology-assisted distance supervision for those working towards the EXAT, EXA-CE, REAT (Registered Expressive Art Therapist) and ATR (Registered Art Therapist).
Emily’s accomplishments in the field include presentations at conferences for the American Art Therapy Association, Buckeye Art Therapy Association, Kentucky Association for Play Therapy, and International Expressive Art Therapy Association; authoring and co-authoring chapters in the book Art Therapy and Healthcare (Guildford Press, 2013) ; co-designing and co-facilitating the online artmaking workshop “Art Therapy + Happiness Project;" being awarded "Cure Champion" by the American Cancer Society for my accomplishments in bringing expressive art therapy and yoga programming to families fighting cancer.
Most recently, Emily enjoys balancing her expressive arts therapies private practice, Art Yoga Love, LLC, serving children, families, and adults, with yoga studio ownership and teaching! She can also be found enamored with the wonders of raising a little one and learning from this adventure every single day.
- Syllabus, Goals and Objectives of this Course
- Walkthrough this Live Webinar Site and Its Features
- ▶️ ZOOM LIVE format: notes and tips!
- Special Note About Art Materials and Expressive Arts Assignments!
- Guiding Principles
- What is Expressive Arts Therapy?
- A Brief Overview of Expressive Arts Therapy and How it Works
- Bonus: Why Play Therapy with Traumatized Children
- Bonus: Can Art Be Medicine? Film Presentation
- Introduce Yourself Here!
- Suggested Reading for Session One
- What is Trauma-Informed Practice?
- Trauma-Informed and Non-Trauma-Informed
- What is Trauma-Informed Expressive Arts Therapy?
- Healing Engagement Qualities of Expressive Arts Therapy
- Introduction to the MSSS Model of Expressive Arts
- Bilateral Drawing and Self-Regulation
- Can Doodling Be Mindful? Some Research and Approaches
- Know Your Window of Tolerance: Charts and Graphics
- Calm Down and Get Your Zentangle On
- Tangle Doodle Cheat Sheet!
- Two playlists from session!
- After Session One...Share Just One Thing Here
- Suggested Reading for Session Two
- Additional Information on Bilateral Drawing | Sensorimotor Art Therapy
- Expressive Therapies Continuum: Three-Part Healing Harmony
- Bottom Up or Top Down? An Expressive Arts Therapy Perspective
- Weather Exploration experience DOWNLOAD
- Perry's Learning Brain and the Three Rs-- Regulate, Relate, and Reason
- Neurodevelopment and Expressive Arts Therapy | A Chart Based on C. Malchiodi, Lusebrink, Gaskill, and Perry
- Movement + Drawing: A Film Presentation on Embodied Expression
- Polyvagal Theory and Feeling Safe: Film Presentation
- Polyvagal Theory Explained by a Movement Therapist
- After Session Two..Share Just One Thing Here
- Suggested Reading for Session Three
- Expressive Arts Therapy and Self-Regulation
- Working with Breath as a Form of Grounding
- STOP Technique: Creating Space to Breathe
- "Breathing Buddies" with Daniel Goleman
- Working with a Body Outline for Grounding and Anchoring
- How We Respond to Stress and Trauma: Three Major Responses
- The Four Bs-- Brake, Breathe, Brain, and Body
- Grounding Wheel Protocol and Adaptation
- Attunement Experience Through Music, Movement, and Drawing Together
- After Session Three..Share Just One Thing Here
- Suggested Reading for Session Four
- Butterfly Hug Graphic: "Installing" a Positive Grounding Experience
- Weighted Animals and Blankets Resource!
- Yoga as an Embodied Practice with Bessel van der Kolk
- Yoga: Transcending Trauma
- Studies on Yoga and PTSD!
- Resensitizing the Body through Expressive Arts
- More on "Trauma-Sensitive Yoga": principals and practices!
- Glitter Jar video "Just Breathe"!!
- Let's make shapes and breathe! A simple yoga practice.
- After Session Four...Share Just One Thing Here
- Suggested Reading for Session Five
- May Your Rubber Duck Be With You in Session Five
- Safety is the Essential Foundation in Expressive Arts Therapy
- Proxemics: The Space Around Us and Between Us-- Film Presentation
- Proxemics and Non-Verbal Therapy
- Proxemics Circle | Thinking About the Space Around You
- The Transformation is in the Expressive Arts Therapy Relationship
- Art is About Resilience, It Always Has Been
- Expressive Arts Therapy and Window of Tolerance: A Review
- Healing Arts After a Crisis
- Printable duck!
- Individual Questionnaire | All Fine Place for Your Duck
- Group Questionnaire | All Fine Duck Community
- After Session Five..Share Just One Thing Here
- Upload Your Session Five Experiential!
- Upload the Questionnaire Here