It's Not Easy Being Green - Exploring the Personal & Archetypal Symbol
Tuesday, April 10, 2018
12:00 pm-2:00 pm
2 CEU Credits
LMFT, LPC, Social Work & TEA
Bring your own lunch
Water and Coffee will be provided
Summary: Green is a color rich in meaning. As springtime begins to re-green our world, lets take a moment to explore the color itself, its origins, its social metaphors, and finally, its personal impact on our lives.
- Participants will become familiar with both the physical qualities of the color green as well as its wide variety of cultural, metaphorical, and archetypal qualities.
- Participants will experience art tasks designed to enrich their understanding of the color green.
- Participants will engage in a group art task designed to commemorate this sometimes mundane, but in this case, rejuvenating color.