Course Description

This workshop is designed to give participants a theoretical and practical approach on how to use digital media art with clients/students. Participants will learn examples of digital resources, apps, software, new media & explore how to use these resources as a therapeutic/educational intervention.

Course Objectives

Identify 3 clinical/educational issues for which digital media art is an effective intervention.                        

Identify 2 digital art interventions & how they are effective for certain clinical/educational issues.

Identify & practice 2 digital media resources as therapeutic interventions.

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Tuesday, October 10th 2023

Courses are free unless you'd like to receive continuing education hours.

Jeffrey Jamerson, Ph.D.

Jeffrey Jamerson has over 25 years of experience in the public sector serving at-risk youth and families in various capacities, most recently as the Vice President of Programs and Services at Aviva Family & Children’s Services in Los Angeles, CA.

Over the past few years Jeff has created a shift in how therapy is conducted with foster children, he has integrated Narrative and Expressive Arts modalities with Digital Media Art, which he calls Expressive Remix Therapy.

Jeffrey has a BS in Human Services from the University of Phoenix, a MA in Counseling Psychology from National University, and a PhD in Transformative Studies from the California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS).