Saint Francis Children's Hospital by Tulsa Stained Glass

Professional Workshops & Creative Art Retreats

Approved CEUs for LCSW, LPC & LMFT

NEW SKILLS FOR PEOPLE WHO HELP PEOPLE

The focus of our therapeutic education program is to provide a path for client communication using self-expressive spontaneous art. We use the medium of stained glass to inspire and stained glass design activities to motivate clients to action on a monthly basis.

The program begins with a DoodleBohmBa workshop in which you will build a mini stained glass project demonstrating hand-on techniques. Next we focus on the art of stained glass and methods to use art therapeutically. Follow-up discussion will include aspects of your experience making the project in the first portion of the workshop.

Our Creative Art Retreats are open to any caregivers or health professionals who want to learn about incorporating the above into their own lives. They need self-care too! CEUs available.

Special group classes are available on request. Call (918) 664-8604  or email us for pricing and date availability.

The official program is named DoodleBohmBa, after our founder Richard Bohm. The program engages all ages with beginner level creative projects for themselves and others. This program is based on Mr. Bohm’s book, Experience the Power of Art.

Professionals Who Would Benefit From These Classes

  • Community Social Workers and Therapists
  • Social Work Administrators, Researchers, Planners and Policymakers
  • Senior Activity and Event Coordinators
  • Child, Family and School Counselors
  • Church Activity Leaders
  • Mental Health and Substance Abuse Counselors
  • Military / PTSD Counselors

Continuing Education Units Approved for Social Workers, Professional Counselors, and Marital and Family Therapists

Tulsa Stained Glass is an approved provider for social work continuing education by the Oklahoma State Board of Licensed Social Workers (Provider 20190415).  The DoodleBohmBa program is approved by the State Board of Behavioral Health Licensure for continuing education credit for Licensed Professional Counselors (LPC) and Licensed Marital and Family Therapists (LMFT). Our DoodleBohmBa workshop provides 5 CEUs.

How Do I Enroll In The DoodleBohmBa Workshop

For your convenience, you have a choice of dates throughout the year.  Classes have limited seating.  Please review our refund & rescheduling policy.

Enroll by visiting Scheduled Classes to select your class date and purchasing your ticket.  

What Will I Learn

Learning Outcomes: By the end of this course students will:

  1. Have experienced the therapeutic creative process first-hand by designing their own stained-glass sculpture and observe finger-painting & creative doodling exercises
  2. See the value in making pieces of art created in therapy and how this creative process can help individuals experiencing emotional & psychological challenges achieve personal well-being and improved levels of function
  3. Have gained knowledge of how third-party artwork can be used to help people in treatment develop self-awareness, explore emotions, address unresolved emotional conflicts, improve social skills, and raise self-esteem
  4. Have an increase in knowledge and understanding of using play and art in therapy in which self-expression and spontaneity is its sole foundation all the while being done in the stained-glass art medium, paint medium, and through creative doodling.
  5. Have gained a better understanding of the powerful effect that the creative process can have on those in therapy
  6. Have gained knowledge of common techniques such as finger painting, creative doodling, scribbling, drawing, using textiles, and building.
  7. Have gained a better understanding of how the use of color, spatial arrangement, and composition can be analyzed to provide insight on how to best approach a case.

Testimonials

“Outstanding presentation, technique, friendly delivery also from instructor, relaxed atmosphere = A+ in my opinion – will definitely use therapeutic art concepts and I will come back for more CEU’s!!”

Angela Alderman, LPC

 Learn more about using art in therapeutic ways in this article.  Click here to view.