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Training: Creating and Integrating Arts-Based Approaches for your Practice

Isabel Fryszberg, OT Reg. (Ont.)
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Are you thinking about what new courses you'd like to take this fall? Are you and your clients looking for inspirational and creative wellness programs to deal with the current stressors of our time? The Arts-Based Well-Being Tool Kit is being launched October 31st 2022. Regardless, whether you have a background in art or not, you can learn how to build your dream practice by demonstrating the value of arts-based occupations to revitalize your programming. You will learn new skills and discover how you can apply them in hospitals, schools or community environments. The course will also help you figure out how to work through the barriers that might challenge you along the way. A generous mix of online modules, instructional videos, live webinars, hands on creative activities, creative prompts, proven step-by step strategies, and individual coaching will guide you in this dynamic journey. The course also includes a packed resource library with templates for arts-based assessments and documentations. These specific tools will help you develop a thriving program. In addition, there is a resource tool for grant writing and building partnerships so you can sustain and grow these programs.
This toolbox is timely for those who envision bringing the arts both to their healthcare practice and everyday lives. At the end of the course you will also receive a certificate to use for your records to account for your educational time. Please message the presenter with any questions at info@isabelfrsyzberg.com. Use the link below to purchase the Arts-Based Well-Being Toolbox at the Fall discounted price of $550 per person. For the special student rate of $450, please email info@isabelfryszberg.com for further details.
Isabel Fryszberg is the recipient of the 2020 Alumni Achievement Award in Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy from the Temerty Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto. She has committed her life’s journey to discovering her own creative potential as she guides and inspire others to find theirs. She carries a wealth of experience and knowledge as both a registered occupational therapist and artist. As the founder and former creative lead of a community arts-based program for adults living with mental health challenges, she has seen first-hand how people can overcome obstacles and reinvent themselves through arts-based practices. She presents knowledge gleaned from over twenty years developing and running community arts programs in health care as well as her online work creating and facilitating training courses in arts-based practices for the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists, and teaching arts-based wellness programs for diverse groups.