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Like many of my colleagues who traveled around the US and internationally to lecture pre-pandemic, I am finding myself preparing for online webinars. Trauma-Informed Expressive Arts Therapy is one of the frameworks that forms a foundation for these educational sessions. It is a concept I have been formulating, revising, and expanding for the past decade and is the basis for applying expressive arts [imagery, music, sound, movement, enactment, improv, storytelling, and creative writing] within the context of trauma-informed work. I am sharing this evolving framework with readers in this brief post for both psychotherapeutic work and future reference.

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