Free Member Training Workshop
“If These Walls Could Talk:
Exploring the World of Children’s Drawings”
Presenter: Laurie Clark
Sponsored by: Laurel Howe, MA, Jungian Analyst, CST-T
Date: Saturday, February 3, 2018
Time: 9AM – 12PM
LOCATION: Denver Tech Area, 10 Inverness Drive East, 2nd Floor Conference Room, Englewood, CO
DESCRIPTION: Children’s drawings are a map that reveals their developmental stage, their emotions and the wonder of their unfolding individuality.
When we learn how to ‘read’ what the child is trying to tell us through their drawings, we can enhance our understanding of the child’s situation.
Laurie will bring several examples of drawings and explore them from the perspective of Anthroposophy, and Laurel will bring the Jungian perspective.
Laurel and Laurie will also compare some children’s drawings with sandplay images done by the same children to see how the two forms of expression support each other.
Laurie Clark has been a Waldorf Early Childhood teacher for 40 years. She is also a teacher trainer and mentor. Laurie has co-authored two books on therapeutic movement for early childhood teachers and is a sandplay therapist in training.
Laurel Howe, MA is a teaching member of ISST and a Jungian analyst in private practice in Denver. Her book, War of the Ancient Dragon, explores in detail the sandplay process of a 6-year-old boy nearly expelled from school for bullying.
REGISTRATION: To register for this half day, free member training, click HERE.