n the last several years we have witnessed a rise in anti-semitism. From the deadly demonstrations in Charlottesville, the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, the violent insurrection on January 6th, 2021 to the attacks on Jewish people in reaction to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. How do we find hope, resilience and resistance in the face of these mounting assaults?
We invite you to join Armand Volkas, psychotherapist and drama therapist and Maggie Silverman, somatic movement therapist and creative arts facilitator, for an in person, half-day workshop where we will explore and process Jewish identity in the face of these disturbing developments.Through the sharing of personal and collective stories we will deconstruct and face our fears through the transformative power of drama therapy and the expressive arts.
Join us and other Jewish identified people, in community, as we take on this painful emerging reality.
This experiential 15-hour training group will offer both a first-hand experience of the healing power of the arts as well as a foundational understanding of the theory and practice of expressive arts therapy. This training is designed for psychologists, therapists, soci...