MSPP Community Events
Energetic Understanding and Wellbeing: Tips to Promote Self and Client Care
Come Meet Dr. Deborah Rosene
October 29, 2013, 12:00–1:00 pm
Dr. Deborah Rosene will discuss her unique integrative approach to psychotherapy, which utilizes the mind/body connection to facilitate change. Dr. Rosene is a psychologist who has developed these connections over the past 20 years in her psychology practice.
Dr. Rosene will share with students her understanding of energy and its relationship to our bodies and emotions. She will discuss how a balanced and connected energy field helps with grounding and contributes to our overall sense of well-being and ability to manage stress. Dr. Rosene will share tips and exercises to promote self-care and for potential use with clients.
Brought to you by the Dean of Students' Office & Student Coordinating Committee (SCC).
The Art of Psychology: an MSPP Collection Invited Exhibit
The Survivor Quilt Project
September 28 - December 19, 2013
Michelle Harris, art therapist and faculty in the Counseling Psychology and the Expressive Arts Therapy Program at MSPP, present The Survivor Quilt Project. Five quilts representing the empowerment of survivors in mastering the experience of their trauma are presented. A workshop encouraging viewers to participate in the creation of an additional quilt will open on October 9th.
The exhibit is co-sponsored MSPP, the Cambridge Women's Center, and Incest Resources, Inc.
Open Studio: A part of the Survivor Quilt Project
October 9- 23, 2013
Opening Reception: Wednesday, October 9, 6:30-8:00 pm
The Open Studio will be an opportunity for visitors to respond to the quilt exhibit by participating in the design of a new quilt. Art materials will be available to participants. No quilting expertise needed.
For more information contact Michelle Harris at email@example.com.