Refugee experience art collection “We Were Strangers Too” on display at Santa Barbara campus through January 31
In partnership with the Anti-Defamation League, Antioch University Santa Barbara presents a collection of prints in an exhibit titled “We Were Strangers Too,” each depicting a pivotal moment in the life of a refugee. Artists from around the world contributed to the collection, and each piece tells a story as determined by the artist.
The pieces are mounted on the walls of the AUSB lobby and visitors are welcome to explore. The AUSB campus is located at the corner of Anacapa and Cota Streets in Santa Barbara, California, open to the public 9am to 5pm daily.
Reprints of the exhibit pieces are available to purchase, as prints, framed, or mounted, at https://creativeaction.network/collections/we-were-strangers-too.
For more information, contact Barbara Greenleaf at email@example.com.
Guest presenter: Rudi Lion, MFT
Holding our clients’ stories and lives can be challenging. Cultivating joy and maintaining self-care helps us with the successful containment of our clients’ narratives. How do we establish a sustaining practice that grounds and strengthens our therapeutic container? How do we stay present, balanced and inspired in our work?
Developing a spiritual practice has greatly enhanced my personal as well as my professional life. Feeling connected to my higher self, my soul, the Divine, Source (whatever terminology feels comfortable to each of us) has increased my capacity to love and hold family, friends and clients alike.
This class offers a meditative reflection on who you are as a therapist in the context of your own spirituality. Through journaling, guided meditations, dyads, class discussion, and an art project, you will leave the day with a renewed connection to yourself and the Divine of your understanding. In addition, you will have a greater awareness of how you want to integrate spirituality into your clinical practice. A portion of the day will be spent in silent, reflective time.
Please bring a journal, lunch, and be prepared to spend it at a local park in silence.
Please RSVP to Danielle Gomez at dgomez[at]antioch.edu.
Cost for 5 (CEU) units
General Admission: $95
Pay in advance*: $85
Day of Event: $95
*Early Bird Registration Deadline: 1/1/17
Final Registration Deadline: 1/21/17
Make check payable to: Antioch Univeristy – MACP Event
Space is limited. BBS Approved Provider #PCE44
Rudi Lion is a therapist in private practice in Santa Barbara and also adjunct faculty at Antioch University of Santa Barbara. Since she was a young girl, Rudi had a hunger for understanding the great human existence. Her daily spiritual practice keeps her grounded and averts burnout and overwhelm. Spirituality is often not an easy subject to broach and explore. With this seminar, Rudi wishes to encourage that conversation.
Part of the MA in Clinical Psychology Seminar Series