University of Montana Department of Counseling Workshops
Substance-Related and Addictive Disorders May 22 - June 22, 2023 | Happening each Monday and Wednesday | 9am-1:30pm in-person Description: This course will provide training in addiction counseling, motivational interviewing, and the application of motivational enhancement techniques in both group and individual treatment modalities. It will examine how to use various therapeutic orientations and tools to address addictions. The cost to participate is $850 for University of Montana students AND for Community Professionals.
Introduction to Art Therapy for Mental Health Treatment Providers Friday, April 7, 2023 – Saturday, April 8th, 2023, 9:00 - 5:00, EDUC 334 Presented By Kim Brown Campbell, EdD, LCPC, ATR Description: This class is limited to those with some expertise in the field of mental health treatment including students. The didactic portion of this course will introduce participants to basic principles of the art therapy profession. Participants will learn about clinical populations that benefit from art therapy and the settings in which art therapy often takes place. Participants will also learn how art therapy is conducted and the various methods and therapeutic techniques that benefit those who engage in them. Differences between art therapy and art education will also be explored. Several experiential exercises throughout the course will increase participant understanding of clients’ experiences of art therapy. This course aims to instill participants with a basic knowledge of what art therapy is and how it is used across settings. Participants will also gain familiarity with some practical exercises for use with clients in mental health treatment settings. ** As this is only a brief introductory survey into art therapy, methods do not qualify participants to practice art therapy. Presenter Bio: Kim Brown Campbell, EdD, LCPC, ATR holds Bachelor of Arts degrees in psychology and studio art from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, a Master of Arts degree in art therapy from The George Washington University and a Doctor of Education in counselor education from the University of Montana. Dr. Brown Campbell has worked as an art therapist in various settings since 1996, and in the field of mental health since 1991. Dr. Brown Campbell’s expertise in art therapy includes training as a community-based mental health professional with specializations in treatment and prevention of family violence and interpersonal violence; treatment of trauma-based issues; grief; and mood and anxiety disorders. She works with all-ages (i.e., 3 years of age and up) using art therapy as a primary treatment modality through provision of individual, family, and group art and psychotherapy. Her practice is located at the Zootown Arts Community Center (ZACC) in Missoula. The cost to participate is $300 for University of Montana students AND for Community Professionals. The cost to participate in all THREE sessions is $850 for University of Montana students AND for Community Professionals, please register below.
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