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The 5th Annual Expressive Therapies Summit

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Saturday, November 8 • 10:00am - 1:00pm
Mindfulness Practices Through the Labyrinth and Art

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In this introductory workshop, participants will explore the use of the labyrinth as a tool for developing mindfulness. The use of art exercises will tie in a cognitive approach to life assessment and goal setting. These cognitive and mindful experiences will be integrated through the creation of a personalized hand labyrinth depicting participants' experiences, which can continue to be used long after the close of the workshop, as well as a model for clinical practice. Workshop participants will experience the amplification of goal-oriented results through the combination of modalities, including art, mindfulness, movement, and music.

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Sara Dochterman, LCSW

Sara Dochterman, LCSW, is a psychotherapist in private practice in Lake Worth, FL. Utilizing creative methods and mindfulness practices, she has been a social worker since 2007. Sara is a certified labyrinth facilitator and has facilitated walks for many groups, particularly clients in treatment for substance abuse, since 2009. Additionally, she leads workshops and retreats focused on creativity, mindfulness, and spirituality.
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Kim Wallant, LMHC, RPT

Kim Wallant, LMHC, RPT, has a master’s in art therapy and is in private practice in Palm Beach County, Florida. Populations she has worked with include dually diagnosed adults, children with severe, life-threatening illnesses, and at-risk children and teens. Kim’s current focus is using expressive therapies—art, sand tray, and play therapy—to strengthen the parent-child relationship.


Saturday November 8, 2014 10:00am - 1:00pm
Executive Conference Center 1601 Broadway, New York, NY