Therapeutic Arts for Self-Care “Physical Distancing Focused”
The COVID-19 situation has been filling people with a tremendous amount of emotions including worry, stress, fear, and loneliness. Currently, we are required to physically isolate ourselves at a time where we most need connection.
This online workshop aims to support participants create a safe place for the mind and body connection in order to get through this stressful situation healthily and be able to apply this skill to any other situation we may face. Through mindfulness and visualization, creative art-making, and reflection, participants will explore the meaning of safety in the body, deepen understanding of the self and discover the balance to keep us going, connecting, and inspiring of life being in the world.
How to Sign Up for Therapeutic Arts for Self-Care “Physical Distancing Focused” Online Workshop
1. Sign up via this link.
2. Registrants will receive a confirmation email within one working day.
3. The participant list will be announced on our Facebook and Instagram on Thursday, June 18, 2020.
4. Participants will receive a link and the password to join our ZOOM workshop via email on Friday, June 19, 2020.
5. Log in to ZOOM and get ready for the online class on Saturday, June 20, 2020, from 14:00-15:30.
For more information, please contact us via our Facebook, Instagram, or tel. (+66) 2-016-5667
Prachayaporn Vorananta is an art teacher, IEATA Registered Arts therapist, and Clayfield therapy practitioner. Patty finished her Master of Arts at Central Saint Martins in London (United Kingdom). In addition, she got a post-graduate diploma in therapeutic arts from the Institute for Arts in Therapy and Education, University of East London, and Cert. in Advanced Graduated Studies in Expressive Arts Therapy from the European Graduate School (Switzerland). She is also a student of the International Program of Art Therapy in Thailand.
She has been teaching at the Faculty of Art Education, Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok. Patty has been working as an art therapy facilitator at hospitals, and University Student wellness center, also offering various integrative art workshops in Thailand and aboard. She is passionate about art in the community and how the process and experience of art-making reveal surprises in our lives.