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Studio One, the classroom for the new Master in Counselling Psychology: Art Therapy program at the Adler School of Professional Psychology,
Vancouver, BC Canada campus was officially inaugurated on September 4, 2014. More on the Inauguration and Photos
Art Therapy Education: ‘Winter White’ at Adler University
Studio One was dark, lit only by candlelight when I entered to attend the final Open Studio of the year which the
students called 'Winter White'. As I relaxed into the vibration that the students and their brilliant site supervisor
had set, I realized that I was getting the same feeling that I got when I walked in the moonlight in fresh-fallen
snow. There was a pregnant hush in the air. There was a softening and stillness in the world they had created which
gave me the feeling of pure peace.
My heart overflowed with joy when I realized that these incredible students had worked with aesthetics — line, shape
and colour — in order to create an environment which induced a feeling of peace that was palpable to all who entered
One of the teachings in our program comes from my art therapy mentor and current Adjunct Faculty Dr. Marie-Josť Dhaese
who said, “Our space can do 90% of the work for us in the therapeutic setting”. I have often pondered how to teach
such a sublime concept. And yet, as I settled into the experience that the students had created in their final Open
Studio of their first semester I could see that these students ‘got it’ and were able to actualize this concept that
we had studied during the semester.
Einstein once said, “No problem can be solved by staying at the same level of consciousness as created it.” In
current-day academia, one of the biggest problems is the stress and pressure felt by the community as we learn,
grow, and change through sharing and integrating new ideas. Instead of ‘fighting stress’, the Open Studio that
the MCP: Art Therapy students created moved those who entered to a whole new level of thought by creating an
experience of peace. It is crucial that our students know how to create an experience of peace and well-being
since these are the actual endpoints sought of most efforts at social action.
I like to imagine the peace that the MCP: Art Therapy students created through the Winter White Open Studio as
a vibrational heart, gently pumping peace throughout the world and beyond.
As counsellors and art therapists we can only take our clients as far as we ourselves go. We are the tools. And when
I see these new MCP: Art Therapy students able to create peace in the anxious, pressure-filled, end-of-term-time in
academia, I think "If we can do this, well ... imagine what we can do outside of the ivory tower!"
For the full story Art Therapy Education: 'Winter White' at Adler University
is a researched story by Dr. Evangeline
Rand of Dr. Carl Jung's journey to India in 1937/38 as well as a later vision during deep illness when he witnessed something new emerging from the northern coast of Orissa (now Odisha) on the Bay of Bengal. This is the first time Jung's actual route and travel organization has been presented.
Dr. Rand shows the enormous present day relevance of Jung's mature work - braiding global corporate mining horrors with the field of depth psychology as well as the paradoxical honouring of World Soul.
This 14 session Online Course provides information in audio and written format about why
working with intentions along with images is a highly effective way of co-creating change
in your life. It covers introductory topics such as advantages in working with
intentions in images; required commitment to the daily intention work; dealing
with external and internal resistance factors; introduction to the range of
medium; tips on working with collage; a word on ‘creative accidents’; honouring
images and the creative process; image intention review; feedback from your images;
the power of the collective; and acceptance that sometimes the Universe has other plans.
An Online Course in
Forgiveness was written to answer your
question “How do I forgive?” The
course intention is to help you experience
answers to your question by teaching about
forgiveness and showing you effective ways
to work with daily intentions and images
to assist this mysterious process to be as
graceful and easy as possible for
Ideas are presented in
this online course to provoke a
conversation about the implications for
counselling ethics and practices of the
current paradigm shift in consciousness.
Emphasis is placed on it being the ethical
responsibility of all helping
professionals to learn about the new
developments in the areas of science and
to ponder the implications for the field
of counselling. The need for a new
psycho-spiritual paradigm in the field of
psychology is presented along with the
need to address these issues in our codes
of ethics so that counsellors have some
guidance in this pioneering territory.
An introduction to the area of art therapy practice with adolescents who are identified
as ‘street youth’ is presented. Through a group art therapy case study with street youth, the key
developmental tasks, key therapeutic issues and key ethical issues related to art therapy with
teenagers are addressed. Practical ideas about working with youth through the arts are presented.
Total Continuing Education Credits (CECs) = 3