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Sharing Expressive Arts Work in Academic and Professional Settings

 

In the Psychology and Counseling Department at Goddard, we have many opportunities to share the personal Expressive Arts works that we have made. We also share, in experiences with clients, what we learn about the principles of Expressive Arts Therapy theory.

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Student Tamara Liaschenko's Expressive Movement Creation and Reflection

 

MA in Psychology and Counseling student Tamara Liaschenko presents the expressive movement piece she created as a component of her individually designed course in Social and Cultural Foundations integrating Expressive Arts Therapy content. In her words:

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Grief Work and Expressive Arts by Student Matt Mulligan

 

Our Expressive Arts Emphasis Art Exhibition Opening in the Haybarn Theatre Gallery always creates a special container for us to experience each others’ work made during the past semester.  This time during the fall semester, several students created work as an expression of grief.

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The Mediocre Meditator: Deconstructs An Early Morning Moment Using Buddhist Psychology and Other Points of View

 

What can I say?  Every morning that I loll in bed past six a.m., which is to say most mornings, I am condemned. By whom?  Myself, of course. The judge within. This is how it goes: I've slept well. Outside the birds are trilling their light morning tunes.  Cotton sheets rub against my skin. It all feels delightful. Why get up and lose this deep savoring? I say to myself. The Buddhist principle here: Human beings cling to pleasure.

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A Glimpse into the Experience of an Expressive Arts Emphasis Residency

 

When I prepared to travel to my first residency at Goddard five years ago, a colleague who would become a good friend told me that Goddard was like “summer camp for psychologists.”  Now, as I reflect on my residency experiences, I realize that he was absolutely right.

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