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Playful Dyads Co-Founder Linda Chapman leads an interactive discussion about her
“Neuro-developmental Model of Art Therapy Treatment”
The Event Features:
2.5 hours of Linda describing case studies of her model followed by a conversation with the audience.
Linda Chapman is hosted by Alok Srivastava, one of her Playful Dyads co-founders.
EVENT REPLAY: Session 1
EVENT REPLAY: Break Conversation
EVENT REPLAY: Session 2
Community Discussion Forum
I cannot say strongly enough how inspiring was Linda's session last Saturday. From the lively exchanges, it seemed to hit many mails on heads for the clinici...Read More
I cannot say strongly enough how inspiring was Linda's session last Saturday. From the lively exchanges, it seemed to hit many mails on heads for the clinicians present, and for me as a researcher, I want to dig in and find out the neurological sources of such profound changes as she is able to enable with her clients, Beautifully accomplished, Linda, thank you.Read Less
Linda Chapman's work is clearly presented and so practical and accessible. Thank you !!
Linda Chapman's work is clearly presented and so practical and accessible. Thank you !!Read Less
Author of Neurobiolgically Informed Trauma Therapy with Children and Adolescents, Linda has over 40 years of clinical experience with those who have experienced child abuse, violence and medical trauma as well as learning and behavior problems.
Linda participated in a study group with Dr. Allan Schore for over 12 years, and has been in the forefront of applying Allan's teachings to clinical practice. Linda was affiliated with University of California San Francisco for 30 years where she held clinical faculty and research positions.
“ … describes the search for identity as the major task of adolescence. … The early development of the mind/body concept of self begins within the attachment relationship of the infant and primary caregiver …”
… Also presented is the most recent knowledge of the role of the right hemisphere (RH) in development and therapy. Right brain communication, and how to recognize the non-verbal symbolic and unconscious, affective processes will be explained, along with examples of how the therapist can utilize art-making, media, tools, and self to engage in a two-person biology.