Person-Centered Expressive Arts Training
Person-Centered Expressive Arts practitioners are psychotherapists, social workers, educators, pastoral counselors, nurses, and individuals working in the field of organizational development. They work with people individually in private sessions, facilitate groups, and teach classes. Some practitioners are in private practice; others are employed by institutions or organizations and work in clinics, hospitals, recovery centers, and other facilities that promote creativity and mental health. In many cases they are artists themselves.
You can become a Person-Centered Expressive Arts Practitioner in our six-week, two-year program that is offered through Meridian University. Click here to view a PowerPoint about the program. Complete details, dates, and course information are available on our Program Details page. To discuss whether this program is right for you, please contact Dr. Sue Ann Herron.