By Kasey Varga May 12, 2014

Founding core faculty member and long time faculty of the Expressive Arts Therapy program Kate Donohue will be spreading her wisdom and experience throughout Asia this coming June, 2014. Her workshops include: Introduction to Expressive Arts Therapy, Transforming Your Life Story Through the Expressive Arts, and Exploring Dreams in Bangalore, India. Also Using the Multi-Cultural EXA with Death, Dying and Grief and Exploring Dreams Through a Jungian Expressive Arts Approach in Hong Kong. In addition she will be teaching Transforming Your Life Story Through the Expressive Arts and Restoring Safety to the Scattered Temenos in Wuhan, China.

In collaboration with Aba Tours and many Ghanaian artists, Kate will also be facilitating The Indigenous Roots of Expressive Arts Therapy: Learning from the Arts in Ghana August 4-17, 2014. "Ghana offers a rich glimpse into the soul of Expressive Arts Therapy, the use of the arts for healing, community building and spirituality.

Kate's philosophy includes "a search for meaning that connects us to the soul and the spirit, resulting in a life that is more open, more joyful and closer to the true self." Her work is guided by her passion for art, culture and spirituality.

Check out Kate's chapter titled "You Going Global: Preparation for International Work Through the Expressive Arts," in the newly published Praeger Handbook of Community Mental Health, vol. 3.

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Expressive Arts Therapy, Master's in Counseling Psychology

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