Creative cruise conference planned for the fall
Coconut Grove-based Art Therapists are hosing an interdisciplinary conference which will provide both a mini-vacation, continuing education, and valuable networking with seasoned art therapists, creative professionals and human resources experts. This conference seeks to further inspire the already vibrant and growing art scene in the Grove.
This inaugural 3-day cruise sails from Miami to the Bahamas from Friday, Oct 9, at 4 pm - to Monday, Oct 12, 8 am.
“This will be a party-down and learn situation,” says Amanda Pike, PhD and owner of Art Therapy and Services in Coconut Grove. Each evening there will be a free, open bar, happy-hour to ensure lots of networking. During the day, the schedule is open so attendees can enjoy the beach and boat. During the late afternoon and evening, presentations and workshops on the therapeutic role of community art will take place.
As an added bonus, Call-for-Art information will be provided by an international organization seeking art for corporate offices. The goal of the art selection and office placement is to enhance employee emotional intelligence through work-day, collaborative art-viewing.
Families and friends are all welcome.
The conference is $95 per person. The 3-day cruise ranges from $352 to $592 per person. More info and you may reserve here.
The List of Speakers, who talk about incorporating art into their daily lives, including health and well being is here. Dr. Parag Shah MD, MBBS, MBA, FRCS (I), FRSA is the Keynote Speaker.He has broad experience in wellness and staff engagement through his medical practice combined with business consulting in the UK and US. Since 2008, Dr. Shah has been celebrated for pioneering the accredited Optamize program, which delivers emotional intelligence training, and leverages art as a learning tool
Coconut Grove-based, Art Therapy Consulting and Services is a group art therapy practice of registered and board-certified art therapists. The mission of Art Therapy Consulting & Services is to strengthen communities and organizations in ways that enhance dignity, pride and relationships.
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