Creative Arts Therapy as Catalyst for Healing, September 27

Community Practitioners & Patients Welcome
MONDAY September 27th
12 – 1 pm

Florence G. Strauss Lectures
Strauss Complementary & Indigenous Medicine Collection
The Health Sciences Library || The Auraria Library
and
The Foundations of Cultural Dimensions
Colorado School of Public Health || The Office of Diversity & Inclusion ||The Children’s Hospital
present

Creative Arts Therapy as Catalyst for Healing
with
Katherine Reed, ATR, LPC

Katherine Reed, manager of the TCH Ponzio Creative Arts Therapy Program, is also an art therapist and licensed professional counselor.  Katherine began her work in art therapy after 2 years as a Peace Corps health education volunteer in Burkina Faso, West Africa, and 9 years of teaching art in Colorado public schools.  Her current role has allowed Katherine to pull together her passions here at TCH: building healing communities using the arts as vehicles for expression and communication.


Tony Edelblute, LPC, MT-BC

Tony Edelblute has worked as a Music Therapist at The Children’s Hospital since 2003, and worked previously for HospiceCare of Boulder & Broomfield Counties. Before becoming a music therapist he was a professional saxophonist, touring Europe and the Americas with rock, blues and jazz bands.

Date and Time: Monday, September 27th, 2010

Place: The Health Sciences Library, 1st Floor, Teaching Labs
Anschutz Medical Campus (AMC), Aurora

http://hslibrary.ucdenver.edu/about/directions.php

Closest visitor parking: Georgetown or Ignacio Lots.  These parking lots have automated paystations that accept cash, coin, and credit cards. http://www.ucdenver.edu/about/departments/FacilitiesManagement/ParkingMaps/Parking/Pages/VisitorParking.asp

Map: http://www.ucdenver.edu/about/departments/FacilitiesManagement/Documents/AMC.pdf

**Refreshments Will Be Served**

Questions? Please contact Lilian Hoffecker, lilian.hoffecker@ucdenver.edu, 303-724-2124.  Learn more about the Strauss Collection at http://hslibrary.ucdenver.edu/strauss