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Kate Ratliff Symposium: May 10

You’re invited to the Katherine Ratliff Symposium, featuring Dr. Noah Hass-Cohen, licensed clinical psychologist and marriage family therapist. Presented by the College of Applied Behavioral Sciences

The Art and Science of Trauma
Thursday, May 10, 2018
Reception: 5 pm – 5:30 pm, UIndy Health Pavilion Atrium
Lecture: 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm, UIndy Health Pavilion, R.B. Annis Theatre

RSVP (*free & open to the public) 

Making art is both healing and life enhancing, and nowhere is this more evident than in the emerging field of art therapy. Please join us as acclaimed art therapist and psychologist Dr. Noah Hass-Cohen presents her clinical art psychotherapy approach that focuses on strengthening, establishing, and supporting secure relational attachments, mindfulness, trust and hope. Her creative methods for coping with difficult emotions and stressful experiences such as depression and anxiety through talking and art are known throughout the world.

Dr. Noah Hass-Cohen is a professor at the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University and is a specialist in Art Therapy Relational Neurobiology Principles. She has been working with children and adults for over 25 years and is committed to helping families achieve their goals.