Restoring Connection through the Arts
The Arts have been the voice of healing, celebration, grieving, ritual, restoration, and community since long before medicine and psychology.
Take your clinical practice to the next level with advanced, post-Masters training in creative arts therapies specifically for trauma treatment.
As a clinician who has always been interested in, but not formally trained in the creative arts therapies, I have found the Kint Institute teachings to be invaluable. It has been a remarkable experience to learn directly from experts in the various fields of creative arts therapy who also have mastery in working with trauma. Furthermore, the time that Kint Institute staff have devoted to building a supportive community of teachers and students is deeply appreciated, and this aspect of the training weekends has been particularly enriching.Sarika, psychologist
I am fully enjoying the time I spend with the Kint instructors and my cohort of trainees. My understanding of trauma treatment is being nourished through thoughtful articles, lectures, case presentations, and Expressive Therapy experientials. As an art therapist, I have considered several different trauma certificates but ultimately chose Kint because of the dynamic Expressive Arts Therapist instructors and their progressive orientations. My perspective on myself in this work has been shifting in response to inspiring guest speakers, case consultation, and learning from a group of diverse and intellectually and emotionally curious peers.Marianne, art therapist
Participating in the Kint training this year has been a valuable experience for me. I have learned new and important information about trauma, met extremely competent presenters and experts in the trauma informed creative arts therapies world, befriended amazing people in my cohort, and, maybe most importantly, I have been stimulated to think “bigger” and at the same time keep my practice more simple. I can recommend this training to anyone who is open to using creative and expressive art in their work with trauma survivors.Rebekka, dance/movement therapist