Workshop with Julia Volonts – CANCELLED

Dear all,We tried to find new arrangements for this workshop respecting the new regulations , but our workshop host prefers to reschedule it to January, and a virtual set-up was not appealing to the majority of the participants.  Thank for your understanding  and support . 

Dear ladies,

we had the pleasure to learn from Julia Volonts more about Art Therapy at our Meet & Greet in September. Many of your had been very interested to find out more, and expressed the interest to explore together with Julia.

Therefore, we are very glad to offer you this unique workshop:

Theme: How art can be used as a form of self-care to explore the stages of culture adaptation when integrating into a new place.

Workshop: Creating a Cultural Connection through Art

Experience how art can be used as a form of self-care and exploration when integrating into a different culture. This workshop will educate on the five stages of culture shock and how to adapt. Through presentation, art-making, and discussion, we will explore the feelings that arise when moving to a new place, from euphoria and excitement to isolation and confusion.

Embrace the creative process of self-discovery!

  • When: Monday, November 9th (the date was changed),
  • Duration: 10.00 am until 12.00 noon,
  • Price per participant: 20 EUR,
  • Material: please bring material (list to follow soon),
  • Location: virtual through zoom call.

Please through memberplanet. Note: Pictures might be taken, and used for website and facebook.

About Art Therapy

“Art therapy is a form of expressive therapy that uses the creative process of making art to improve a person’s physical, mental, and emotional well-being.

Art therapy can achieve different things for different people. It can be used for counseling by therapists, healing, treatment, rehabilitation, psychotherapy, and in the broad sense of the term, it can be used to massage one’s inner-self in a way that may provide the individual with a deeper understanding of him or herself.

You don’t need to be talented or an artist to receive the benefits, and there are professionals that can work with you to dive into the underlying messages communicated through your art, which will aid in the healing process.”

About Julia Volonts

Julia Volonts is a Licensed and Board-Certified Art Therapist from New York City. She holds a Master of Professional Studies in Art Therapy from the School of Visual Arts. Her clinical experience is within educational, community, and private practice settings and ranges from work with children and families, adolescents, and adults. In 2019, Julia was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to conduct art therapy research in Riga, Latvia, where she currently resides.

She guest lectured at Riga Stradins University, conducted professional development workshops at the RSU Health & Personality Conference, and provides art therapy services at MARTA Centre, the first women’s rights non-government organization in Latvia.

“I am all about creating a comfortable space for you to express yourself. My favorite part of what I do is helping others connect with their inner self through art. I believe art-making allows us an opportunity to slow down and visualize who we really are and who we want to be.,” Julia Volonts.

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