This master class/supervision will provide a safe space for art therapy supervisors and therapists to engage in a self-reflexive process that is intended to examine our own cultural blind spots and biases. The class will be theoretically informed by theories of intersectionality, dialogical self, critical education, relational art therapy and arts-based supervision. There will be a combination of didactic teaching and experiential art making.
Nicole Le Bihan is an art therapist, educator and clinical supervisor. She has 23 years of combined experience working with a variety of populations in therapeutic, educational and community settings. Nicole has been teaching at Kutenai Art Therapy Institute for nine years and provides individual and group supervision in both face-to-face and distance formats for students and professional art therapists.