During the pandemic, cinema and television are even more meaningful for relaxation, information, and taking a pause. In the 90’s the more formal use of cinema and TV for therapy became a salient intersection of narrative, metaphor, and emotion. Multiple existing theories of therapeutic growth and healing are able to use the gifts that cinema and TV offer. Formats of use include individual, family, group, and in particular couples therapy. This workshop includes a historical perspective of this moving “movie” therapy, research to support its use, ways in which it is reported to be successful by therapists, how it is critiqued, ethical considerations, and handouts for your guidance of its use. During the course of your workshop, scenes from relevant movies and television shows will also be viewed, so get your popcorn ready!
To thank you for your interest in The Ferentz Institute, we are delighted to offer you a very special gift! When you register for a workshop along with a colleague, you will both receive $30.00 off the regular tuition price of $169.00. You and your friend DO NOT necessarily have to sign up for the same class.
To take advantage of this offer, YOU must register yourself and your friend at the same time. ***You’ll also need to enter discount code MYFRIEND at checkout to apply the discount to the workshop selections.
For guidelines and instructions on how to get your discount, click here. ➮
8:45 am – 12:00 pm
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm LUNCH
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Morning: 10 AM and 11 AM
Afternoon: 2 PM and 3 PM