Congratulations to our very own Peg Dunn-Snow for receiving the Lucile Cornetet Individual Development Award. She will be attending a week long training session with art therapy colleague , Dr. Linda Gantt, and her staff during the week of September 4 -10, 2016 at the Instinctual Trauma Response ( ITR) Training Institute LLC in Morgantown WV. The in-depth training will include specific clinical methods ( including an art therapy component) that are effective in treating PTSD and Dissociative Disorders resulting from traumatic event.
It is now time to start preparing for our September 23 - 24 Fall Workshop/Executive Board Meeting at the Orlando Marriott Lake Mary. We are in the process of receiving requests to present workshop sessions for our Friday and Saturday schedules. Workshop request forms are available in this newsletter and can be found below.
These should be sent to Mu State 1st Vice-President Carol Ann Casey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mu State Fall Workshop Proposal
Let’s begin to promote Fall Workshop to all members, and as soon as possible, send your Fall Workshop Registration Form available in this newsletter and on the Mu State website to our State Meetings Treasurer Pat Eckstein.
Mu State Fall Workshop Registration Form
We need to provide enough rooms to cover our hotel requirements. We will have a drawing for a reward at the Mu State Saturday luncheon.
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Updated March 2016
Updated March 2016