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Sat, Jun 29



Creating a Healing Flow: Expressive Art Therapy and Somatic Interventions

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Creating a Healing Flow: Expressive Art Therapy and Somatic Interventions
Creating a Healing Flow: Expressive Art Therapy and Somatic Interventions

Time & Location

Jun 29, 2024, 6:00 PM – 8:15 PM GMT+3


About the event

Workshop Description:

In this interactive trauma-informed workshop, participants will learn how to integrate simple, minimalistic, and hands-on practices into their therapeutic sessions. Our focus will be on developing accessible body-based techniques that promote moments of rest and restoration on physical, mental, and emotional levels.

Key components of the seminar will include: 

  • Creating a Safe Space: Learn strategies to cultivate a trauma-informed and creative environment within a therapy context. 
  • Minimalistic Approach: Discover how to facilitate impactful sessions using minimal resources and art materials. 
  • Somatic Interventions: Explore effective somatic tools suitable for both individual and group settings. 
  • Expressive Art Therapy Flow: Understand the structure of a therapeutic session that seamlessly blends expressive arts with somatic practices. 
  • Improvisation and Playfulness: Embrace creativity and improvisation, making therapy sessions engaging and adaptive. 
  • Restorative Practices: Develop techniques for finding moments of calm and restoration for yourself and your clients. 

This workshop is ideal for therapists, counselors, and anyone interested in incorporating expressive art therapy and somatic interventions into their practice. Through practical training and hands-on activities, you'll gain the skills to create a soothing somatic flow, fostering holistic well-being for yourself and those you work with. Join us to experience the transformative power of creative and somatic healing practices.


Joanna Wróblewska [PhD, MA-ET] is a visual artist & expressive art therapist based in Belgium. She holds an MA in Expressive Arts Therapy with Minor in Psychology from the European Graduate School (2020). In her practice, Joanna combines somatic and creative approaches to offer restorative and resourceful mental health support especially to migrants, refugees, and displaced persons. She uses imagination, play, and various forms of expression to provide trauma-informed and culturally-sensitive care to individual clients, groups, and organizations. Currently Joanna collaborates with The Red Pencil, First Aid of the Soul, and works at her own Art Studio JW.

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