On Friday December 4th Wendy Bradley,MS, ATR-BC, CLAT will present a one hour class called Boost Your Creativity: Art Techniques to Help You, Help Your Clients as part of the 2020 Play Therapy Mini Master Class Series
This mini-master class will help boost your creativity while helping to increase your clinical understanding of how to incorporate art techniques into your practice. Wendy Bradley, a board-certified and licensed art therapist with decades of experience, will share some fun ideas and creative approaches to help engage and treat your child clients.
Wendy Bradley, MS, ATR-BC, CLAT is a board-certified, licensed art therapist with over 20 years experience working directly with children and families in pediatric and psychiatric hospitals and in school-based systems. She has facilitated groups for children, teens and parents, and worked as a manager of an early intervention city-wide program for children. She currently has a private practice, working with children and their families. She serves as an adjunct professor at Quinebaug Valley Community college, teaching psychology and early childhood courses, and has been in that role for over a decade. She is a professional member of the American Art Therapy Association and accredited through the Art Therapy Credentials Board.
I have had the privilege of working with Wendy over the past several years and she provides excellence in consultation services, helping therapists learn how to bring art into the play therapy experience effectively.
Why sign up for this class called Boost Your Creativity: Art Techniques to Help You, Help Your Clients?
Creative and expressive arts can help children and families with anxiety, outbursts and tantrums, sadness and depression, bedtime struggles, self-esteem and confidence, social anxiety and selective mutism, friendship problems and social issues, attention and focus issues, coping with parental separation and divorce, loss or grief, changes in family dynamics, coping with medical fears and issues, parenting support and guidance. All of these are topics we as child and family therapists see come into our therapy sessions and it’s a wonderful treat to be able to learn from Wendy’s expertise as a art therapist who focuses on helping children and families.
Come sign up for this class with Wendy Bradley and learn all about the 2020 Play Therapy Mini Master Class Series RIGHT HERE!