Title: Creative Interpretive Therapy
Date: Friday, January 14, 2011 at 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. PST
Presenter: Stacie M. Dilts-Harryman, PhD, LPC, NCC, Owner/Therapist – Defining Moments Integrative Counseling & Coaching Center
Creative Interpretive Therapy Within each person’s subconscious lie infinite wisdom, power, and self-understanding. The problem is that many times an individual does not know how to unlock the chambers to this very creative force. Creative Interpretive Therapy utilizes the concepts and philosophies of art therapy, narrative therapy, and Rorschach testing. Through the use of artist cards and other works of art, therapists can help clients uncover and understand issues that are deep, undiscovered, or locked. A brief overview of art therapy, narrative therapy, and Rorschach testing will provide the backdrop to this unique therapy. After the foundation is laid, attendees will have a chance to observe a live session utilizing Creative Interpretive Therapy
About Dr. Stacie Dilts-Harryman Dr. Stacie Dilts-Harryman has her PhD in counseling, is a licensed professional counselor in the state of Wyoming, and holds certification from the National Board of Certified Counselors as a Nationally Certified Counselor.Dr. Stacie is the founding member of Defining Moments Integrative Counseling & Coaching Center which is located in Casper, Wyoming.She practices traditional counseling while incorporating a variety of holistic modalities and coaching practices into her sessions.
She is an accomplished public speaker, returning yearly as a featured presenter at the Wyoming Counseling Association Conference, the Wyoming Women’s Expo, as well as the New Earth Productions Holistic Fair.She also speaks at conferences and meetings throughout the United States on various mental health issues such as bullying, spirituality and mental health, and mind pictures. Additionally, she hosted a bi-monthly television show on mental health and the mind/body connection and was editor and writer for a natural health magazine.Her article on workplace bullying has been used in various office trainings throughout the U.S.She is currently working on two studies, one on Creative Interpretive Therapy and the other on spiritualism and personality development.