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Exciting Breadcrumb Events.

We are making it our commitment to make sure you have easy access to continued professional development that matters to creative arts therapists of color.  

Events aimed at giving you a glimpse of the dynamic engagement you'll get
throughout the Summit.

Virtual sessions leading up to the conference to help you get primed and prepped for our time together.


  • Lunch and Learn informational sessions. 

  • Informative workshops to help you gain new skills.  

CPD/CE credits are available for these sessions as well.

The first session of workshops begins June 2nd!

Get on the list to be sure you don't miss these opportunities. 

Upcoming Events 

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Think you have a workshop you'd like to facilitate with us? 

Get in touch.

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CPD/CEU, doesn't have to be boring and it shouldn't give you a sense that it's wasting your time.  As a CATherapist of color, it's sometimes hard to find CPD/CEU that helps us grow.  You might be able to relate that It's difficult to find workshops that speak specifically to the needs of those in black and brown communities.  At times our issues are misinterpreted which can leave clients that look like us feeling unseen.  

Well, We wanna make CPD/CEU meaningful to you! We want to give you a space where committing to ongoing learning is exciting and fills you with a sense of empowerment when working with your clients.  

So, If you have a skill or technique you use in your practice and you think you'd like the share it with this community of therapists, reach out. Let's talk about our Continued Professional Development credits Facilitators Track. 

 You never know, you may be sitting on the next big theory that could

enrich our field.


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Implementing Art Therapy and
Restorative Justice Circles
to create positive
communities within
school settings. 

Friday, August 18th, 2023 
10:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. est
2.5 CPD/CE credits  


If you haven't heard of Restorative Circles (RC), it is an approach to repairing harm that has been done within a community.

Participants in a circle are encouraged to be open and honest about their perspectives regarding a conflict that has taken place. The focus is on discussing how they have been harmed, and how they think others might have been harmed. They then come together to resolve and restore the relationships


This workshop demonstrates how integrating Art Therapy within an RC framework helps students gain a deeper sense of accountability for the roles they play in harming others while increasing social-emotional intelligence skills.  Additionally, the long-term effects of this approach can support a positive schoolwide sense of community and togetherness. 

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