Thu, Jun 10|
Online VIA Zoom
Integrating Cinema and Television in Therapy (1)
Learn how film and television can be integrated into clinical work with psychotherapy clients. This is an exciting and underutilized way to connect with clients and to support progress toward mental health goals.
Time & Location
Jun 10, 2021, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Online VIA Zoom
About the Event
During the pandemic, cinema and television are even more meaningful for relaxation, information, and taking a pause.This workshop includes a historical perspective of “movie” therapy, research to support its use, ways in which it is reported to be successful by therapists, how it is critiqued, ethical considerations, and handouts for your guidance of its use. During the course of your workshop, scenes from relevant movies and television shows will be viewed, so get your popcorn ready!
Dr. Vizzini is a Ph.D. graduate in Pastoral Counseling from Loyola Univ., MD, who supervised and taught clinical interns there for 14 yrs. She’s presented about puppets in national & international venues spanning 40 yrs. She loves ALL ages and is trained in psychodrama, spirituality, substance abuse, codependency, LD/ADHD, and EMDR. Publications include a chapter, “…Puppet Play Therapy for Adults,” (2018). Her YouTube channel features rap about body safety for parent and child. Dr. V’s private practice has been in Columbia, MD serving adults, teens and children. For now, she offers virtual options for psychotherapy, puppet therapy, and workshops. She is looking for those who are willing to record work at a reduced rate while using Puppet Play Therapy.
Ticket for Cinema & Television$15.00