1:00pm PST / 4:00pm EST
Founder and Director of UCLArts & Healing, Ping Ho discusses how a career in Healing Arts expands the role of the artist, as well as being wonderful medicine to help heal whatever is ailing us in the 50+ creative community.
ABOUT THIS SERIES
The world of work and meaningful connection for people over 50 is challenged by a number of factors at any time, but never as dramatically as during Covid-19. The Career Center's Creativity Doesn't Age Speaker Series invites guest speakers who have knowledge and commitment to addressing strategies for their community to connect and engage in creative ways during this time of physical distancing, and beyond. Of course, topics highlighted by their speakers are relevant to arts professionals at all ages and stages of their lives and careers.
ABOUT OUR SPEAKER
Ping Ho, MA, MPH, is Founder and Director of UCLArts & Healing, which represents the nexus of her graduate education in counseling psychology and public health with her lifelong experience in performing arts. Ping co-developed and served as principal investigator for the evidence-based training program, Beat the Odds®: Social and Emotional Skill Building Delivered in a Framework of Drumming. In addition, she spearheaded the development of the Certificate Program in Social Emotional Arts (SEA) and a sustainable SEA on a Shoestring training program of supportive art, movement, music and writing for individuals and groups in any setting. Ping is a steering committee member for the UCLA Integrative Medicine Collaborative and is co-chair of the annual Expressive Therapies Summit: Los Angeles, which features 150+ hands-on workshops on creativity and the arts in healing. She is also associate editor for the creative arts therapy section of the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine and is co-author of The Innovative Parent: Raising Connected, Happy, Successful Kids through Art, winner of a 2019 National Parenting Products Association Award.
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