Arts-Based Approaches to Youth Mental Health and Wellbeing: Part Two10 months ago 10 months ago
This webinar was hosted by YouthREX in partnership with Broadview Psychology.
HERE’S HOW THE HOSTS DESCRIBE THIS WEBINAR:
What are the benefits of arts-based programming for youth, and how do these approaches support and improve mental health and wellbeing? How can art be used to mitigate social inequities? What strategies can you incorporate in your work with young people?
This interactive 2-part webinar series, presented with Broadview Psychology, was focused on improving mental health literacy and delivering engaging and supportive arts-based programming to advance youth wellbeing.
Part Two: Promising Practices in Action
Part 2 provided an overview of evidence-informed practices to deliver arts-based youth programming to support mental health and wellbeing in various contexts and settings.
Attendees engaged in a discussion with practitioners across a variety of disciplines and communities on how these practices can be applied in your work with youth. Our guests included:
- Adanna Anucha, MSW, RSW, Broadview Psychology
- Kamilah Apong, Executive Director, lil sis
- Dr. Diana Coholic, Social Worker; Professor, Laurentian University; Lead, Holistic Arts-Based Program
- Amanda Hardy, Teacher, Rainbow District School Board
- Dr. Carmen Lalonde, Psy.D., C.Psych, Broadview Psychology
- Rocio Macabena Perez, Arts Educator; PhD Candidate, Psychoéducation, Université de Montréal
- Justine Abigail Yu, Founder, Living Hyphen
See also Part One: Arts-Based Approaches Informed by Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT).
Youth Research & Evaluation eXchange (YouthREX). (2022, November 8). Arts-Based Approaches to Youth Mental Health and Wellbeing: Part Two [Video]. YouTube. https://youtu.be/o0f7SlJsqjw
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