You all might be interested at the same time beneficial for what you all have been doing… It’s sure that it will add on to your practice… so please block the time 4 – 6 pm on coming Friday… limited sits available… so please confirm your participation… looking forward to see you all on friday 17th July @ LASANAA/NexUs Culture Nepal, Bakhundole, (in front of old radio sagarmatha building, Lalitpur.
About the Hosts
Naomi Yarom, MA is a Registered Art Therapist, specializin in Psychodrama and in Body-mind Psychotherapy.
She works both individually and in groups with adults, youth and children, in different frameworks, such as special programs for women, people with special needs, schools, parental guidance, etc.
I work as well as a Supervisor of Psychodrama students at Haifa University.
During March and April, 2014, I Joined Tammy in the Philippines and carried out Expressive Arts PSS training workshops.
Tammy Bar-On, PhD, is a registered art therapist and teaches in the Graduate School of Creative Arts Therapies at Haifa University. She helped create the Art Therapy Division program and was its Head from 2008-2013. In the summer of 2013, Tammy was the head trainer in an expressive arts psycho-social support project in Kakuma Refugee Camp in Kenya where, together with a group of graduates from The Graduate School of Creative Arts Therapies, she taught expressive arts psycho-social support to a group of refugees. The project was a joint effort of IsraAID and Haifa University. At present she is the Professional Advisor of the IsraAID expressive arts psycho-social support training in the Philippines, in the aftermath of the Yolanda typhoon. She spent seven months in the Philippines conducting and overseeing training programs for various organizations. In addition, Tammy carried out expressive arts psycho-social support trainings in South Korea after the ferry disaster. At present she is in Nepal for one month conducting expressive arts psycho-social support training after the Earthquakes that devastated parts of the country.