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The 5th Annual Expressive Therapies Summit

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Thursday, November 6 • 10:00am - 5:15pm
Facilitating the Healing Journey in the Pediatric Hospital Setting

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Medical Art Therapy with Pediatric Patients: Healing Process, Image, & Story
Lucy Barbera, PhD, LCAT

Children who live with chronic and life-threatening medical conditions involving lengthy and repeated hospitalizations have unique therapeutic needs. Art therapy can provide dynamic opportunities for pediatric patients to develop personal imagery that strengthens and empowers them to be active participants in their own healing process. Strategies for eliciting such personal healing imagery will be presented, with the opportunity to engage with triptych and mask making first hand for future professional application.

Art & Music Therapies: Collaboration in a Hospital Setting
Kendra Carlson, MAAT, ATR
Regina Moreno, MT-BC

Collaboration between expressive arts modalities is beneficial when structured so that each discipline mutually enhances the other. Through anecdotal reports, observations, initial quantitative research from art and music therapy collaborations and interactive activities, this session will highlight strategies for enhancing expressive arts collaboration in follow-up referral, individual, and group collaborative work with inpatients, siblings, and caregivers within a pediatric hospital setting. Discussion will include collaboration as workplace mission, as well as benefits and challenges to patients/participants and therapists.

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Kendra Carlson, MAAT, ATR

Kendra Carlson, MAAT, ATR, is an art therapist at Bridgeport Hospital, Yale-New Haven Children's Hospital, and the Boys and Girls Village. Her work focuses on adolescents with chronic physical and mental illness. Kendra created a grant-based computer art therapy program for resistant adolescents. She has a master's from Albertus Magnus College and is adjunct professor at Springfield College's art therapy graduate program.
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Lucy Barbera, PhD, LCAT

Lucy Barbera, PhD, LCAT, is on the faculty of the humanistic multicultural education graduate program at SUNY-New Paltz where for the last 17 years she has developed and teaches courses in expressive arts therapy and expressive arts and social justice. She is a medical art therapist, artist-researcher, and ethnographer. Last year, Lucy received a Research Foundation grant to teach at the SUNY-Upstate Medical University's Golisano Children's... Read More →
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Regina Moreno, MT-BC

Regina Moreno, MT-BC, is a music therapist at Yale-New Haven Children’s Hospital. She provides music therapy to assist with coping, adjustment, pain management, and procedural support. In addition, Regina has experience with children and adults with intellectual disabilities and physical disabilities, children and adolescents in residential treatment; adults in reintegration programs, and hospice care patients. She is pursuing her... Read More →


Thursday November 6, 2014 10:00am - 5:15pm
Executive Conference Center 1601 Broadway, New York, NY