Postgraduate Supervision Group for
For those seeing ATR Certification with the Art Therapy Credentials Board
Starting January, 2012, time TBA
Announcing the formation of a new kind of ATR supervision group focused on infusing the practice of art therapy with positive psychology principles, led by Rebecca Wilkinson, MA, ATR-BC and Gioia Chilton, MA, ATR-BC, art therapists with 20 years of clinical experience.
Earn post-graduate art therapy supervision hours from Registered and Board Certified Art Therapists, as required to become credentialed by the ATCB as a Registered Art Therapist (ATR).
Deepen therapeutic understanding of the meaning of client’s artwork and process
Promote positive change, even in the absence of insight or strong motivation
Identify “Signature Strengths” in ourselves and our clients
Prevent burnout through the creative process
Strategize how to maximize art therapy’s impact in your workplace
Find a warm and supportive group of like-minded clinicians
Convenient time & location,
in Northwest Washington, DC, USA
Contact Rebecca at 202 352 5225 or Contact Gioia at 703 869-6395
Note: Becoming a Registered Art Therapist (ATR) requires the completion of master’s level education (including art therapy core curriculum and supervised practicum and internship experiences) and post-education supervised clinical experience. The ATCB confers the ATR to applicants who provide appropriate documentation. Please see http://www.atcb.org/ for more information.
What people say about Gioia & Rebecca:
“Focusing on my strengths instead of my weaknesses was incredibly empowering and even life-changing. What a gift for me! What a tool to share with others! It truly expands one's perspective.”
--Kelly Hartland, M.A.
“Gioia and Rebecca have an air about them that is fundamentally engaging and relevant."
Ezekiel Rothman, LPC, ATR-BC
"I was reminded of the importance of joy and making sure to find that in what I do”
--Robert Grant, LCAT, ATR-BC
"Keeping a focus on positive psychology is empowering for me and the client. I left their course each week feeling great." --Hannah Wilson, M.A.