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Expressive Arts Therapy Online Info Session

June  17, 2013
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm


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Expressive Arts Therapy Online Info Session

Each program offers informational sessions designed to offer you a sense of a program’s educational mission and admission requirements.You will have the chance to ask questions about curriculum to help you find the best program for your educational goals.

In this EXA Info Session you'll learn about:

  • Respect for the intrinsic healing power of the arts
  • Weaving together spoken word, visual, movement-based, performative
  • Culture & gender sensitive counseling theories and practices
  • Preparation to work in private practice and community settings

To RSVP or for more information, call Jana Krezo at (415) 575-6246 or email:


Please fill out the R.S.V.P. form on the MyCIIS student portal to secure your spot one of our info sessions. Guests are welcome.


For transportation and parking information, please see the directions page. Parking around the Institute is limited; you'll find metered parking spots as well as pay-per-hour and daily-rate parking lots. We recommend that you take public transportation: The campus is located just a few short blocks from the Civic Center BART Station and the Van Ness MUNI station and is accessible via several bus lines (14, 47, and 49 buses, as well as the F Line, which runs along Market Street).

This is an online information session.
You must RSVP to attend.


Related Program

Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology, Concentration in Expressive Arts Therapy

Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology, Concentration in Expressive Arts Therapy

The Expressive Arts Therapy program integrates a thorough education in theories and methods of psychotherapy with intensive training in expressive arts therapy. This three-year full-time program covers individual, group, couples, and family therapy, and includes a year-long practicum under the supervision of licensed mental health professionals who are also expressive arts therapists. The training meets the educational requirements for California's Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) license and is also designed to meet the educational requirements to become a Registered Expressive Arts Therapist (REAT) with the International Expressive Arts Therapy Association (IEATA).