NMVW – Wellness Workshop | Art as a Form of Healing

Art as a Form of Healing
Facilitator: Dana DelGuerra, MSC, LCPC, RYT, ATR
All supplies included
Room 35 (2nd floor)
FREE, Pre-registration required.
Go to this link to register or call 406-727-8255
Max 15 people 

In this workshop, Art as a Form of Healing, students will use art as a tool to connect, and assist in the therapeutic process to heal. Art is a universal language that exists without barriers and limitations. Many emotions can be difficult or impossible to express in words, especially trauma and abuse. Traumatic experiences are often coded images in the mind like photographs. The act of creating art can bring these images, through expression, into consciousness in a nonthreatening way.  Expression leads to understanding and acceptance of ourselves.  Come join this workshop to learn how the act of creating art through expression can help in one’s healing journey.

Dana DelGuerra, Bio:

DelGuerra received her BS in Psychology, BFA in Art, and a Master if Science in Clinical Assessment and Counseling in 2010 from the University of Providence in great falls, MT. She attended ITP, Institute of Transpersonal Psychology in 1995 with a certification of Body Consciousness and Wellness in Palo Alto, CA.  Art has always been a passion which led her early on to attend the San Francisco Art Institute to study painting and figure drawing in 1991, receive a AA degree in painting and drawing from American River College, Sacramento, CA and finally a BA in Dance and Drama in 1983 at the University of Montana in Missoula, MT.

Most currently DelGuerra is certified in Hypnotherapy, HI 2022, Reiki 1 and 2, RI 2021, Yoni Art Certification, 2021, Soul School, Canada; Art Life Coach Certification, Udemy 2020, Certified Ashtanga Yoga Teacher, YogaMotion 2016, Bozeman MT.


Apr 12 2023


10:00 am - 11:00 am




The Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art
1400 1st Ave N, Great Falls, MT
Opening Hour
Monday: Closed Tuesday: 10am - 9pm Wednesday: 10am - 5pm Thursday: 10am - 5pm Friday: 10am - 5pm Saturday: 10am - 3pm
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