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Finding a Voice to Silence the Crowd, a FREE three-part lecture series, will explore the application of creative arts practices to the treatment of mental illness. 4/8, 4/22, 5/6 • 7:00 to 8:30 pm • Broad Art Center, UCLA.
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  • March

    social emotional arts (sea) certificate program
    SEA empowers educators & community arts professionals in maximizing social-emotional benefits of the arts. Training is interactive & experiential, & features creative approaches to group behavior management, verbal & nonverbal communication, managing special needs, identifying & responding to trauma, personal presentation, & program evaluation. SEA offers best practices in art, dance/movement, drumming, music, poetry, & theater. 8 Sats., 3/1 - 6/28 • 9 am to 5 pm • Santa Monica.
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  • April

    finding a voice to silence the crowd: mental health through the arts
    Finding a Voice to Silence the Crowd, a FREE three-part lecture series, will explore the application of creative arts practices to the treatment of mental illness. With Noah Hass-Cohen, PsyD; Robert Carroll, MD; Dave Leon, LCSW; and Jim McGrath • 4/8, 4/22, 5/6 • 7:00 to 8:30 pm • Broad Art Center, UCLA.
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  • May

    beat the odds facilitator training: social & emotional skill building delivered in a framework of drumming
    Beat the Odds integrates activities from contemporary drum circles & group counseling to teach skills such as focus and listening, team building, leadership, expressing feelings, managing anger/stress, empathy, & gratitude. This is a training program designed for use with elementary school students that can be adapted easily to other populations & delivered by persons without musical experience. Ping Ho, MA, MPH; Giselle Friedman, LCSW; & Mike DeMenno. • Sat., 5/3 • 12:30 - 6 pm • N. Hollywood.
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  • May

    ucla 14th annual brain tumor conference
    FREE conference: hear leading medical experts speak about the latest treatments for brain tumors and attend an experiential creative arts therapies panel presentation for cancer patients, families and caregivers moderated by UCLArts and Healing Founder and Director, Ping Ho, MA, MPH. Fri., 5/9 to Sat., 5/10 • 8:00 to 5:00 pm (to 2:30 pm on Sun.) • UCLA Covel Commons
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  • May

    the hero's journey: exploring your creative self through art
    Using the archetypal mythic path of the journey of the hero as a metaphor for the creative and healing process, each participant's journey will be experienced, expressed, and explored through such techniques as automatic drawing, guided visualization, meditation, movement, dream work, and active imagination • With Linda Jacobson • Sat., 5/10 • 1:00 to 5:00 pm • Virginia Avenue Park Auditorium, Santa Monica.
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  • June

    excursions into children’s imaginations and wisdom: mecards4kids™
    Learn how to facilitate MeCards4Kids™ sessions with children—a process of self-revelation through the choice and juxtaposition of images and words. Adaptable and meaningful for any age. With Nancy Weiss, LCSW • Sat., 6/21 • 1:00 to 4:00 pm • Joslyn Park Auditorium, Santa Monica.
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  • September

    social emotional arts (sea) certificate program
    SEA empowers educators & community arts professionals in maximizing social-emotional benefits of the arts. Training is interactive & experiential, & features creative approaches to group behavior management, verbal & nonverbal communication, managing special needs, identifying & responding to trauma, personal presentation, & program evaluation. SEA offers best practices in art, dance/movement, drumming, music, poetry, & theater. 8 Sats., 9/6 - 1/24 • 9 am to 5 pm • Santa Monica.
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  • October

    finding rest in the midst of stress: mind-body approaches to managing stress
    Learn a variety of ways to calm the nervous system and bring balance between doing and being in life. Learn to apply simple and specific strategies involving breath, sound, movement, sensory imagination, acupressure, and tai ji/qi gong-based movement that can have immediate effects. With Carolyn Braddock, MA • Sat., 10/11 • 10 am to 3 pm • First Presbyterian Church of Santa Monica, Renaissance Room.
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