Expressive Arts Summer Institutes
The Expressive Arts Summer Institute takes place every summer in Western North Carolina.
The 2018 Summer Institute, Embodying Home: The Great Re-Turning to Our Senses, will take place from May 14th - May 18th at Wildacres Retreat in Little Switzerland, North Carolina.
This intensive institute is offered both as a graduate course in the Department of Human Development & Psychological Counseling and as Continuing Education through the National Board of Certified Counselors (Continuing Education Clock Hours available). For those working toward Registered Expressive Arts Therapist (REAT) or Registered Expressive Arts Consultant Educator (REACE) credentials, this institute counts for the education and training component. For those in institute leadership positions, the supervision component of these credentials may be available. Students seeking academic credit need to contact the Summer Institute Coordinator, Dr. Melia Snyder.
For more information and questions contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please register by April 1, 2018, to secure your place.
In order to complete registration, please send the appropriate cost of attendence to:
Attn: Melia Snyder
314D College of Education
ASU Box 32075
151 College Street
Boone, NC 28608
Checks can be made out to the HPC Department.
Cost of Attendence
Tuition/Fee (includes CEUs): $400
Room/Board & Materials: $385
Total: $785 (Pay to HPC)
Tuition/Fees: $667.53 (In-State), or $1669.53 (Out-of-State) (Based on Student Accounts Summer Tuition Costs; subject to change)
Room/Board & Materials: $385 (Pay to HPC)
Children and Adolescents Institute
Join us in Expressive Arts Child & Adolescent Summer Institute!
The HPC 6366: Expressive Arts - Children and Adolescents institute will be offered July 10th - July 14th, 2018.
This institute is designed to present a comprehensive and developmentally oriented approach for the application of play theories and the creative/expressive arts to the process of counseling children and adolescents. The course will consist of class discussions, presentations, cooperative and group experiential learning activities, and "hands on" type of activities/projects which students will prepare and present. Students will learn techniques of play therapy, art, music, movement, creative dramatics, imagery, writing, and poetry for use in both the school and agency setting.
This intensive institute is offered both as a graduate course in the Department of Human Development & Psychological Counseling and as Continuing Education through the National Board of Certified Counselors (TBA). Students wishing to take the course for academic credit should register online. First-time graduate non-degree students must complete their applications online through the Graduate School website by June 18th. Professionals seeking continuing education credit should contact Karen Caldwell or call 828-262-6915.