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Behavioral Health Lecture at CenterPointe on Art Therapy & Advocacy

You are cordially invited to attend a Behavioral Health Lecture
Friday, June 23, 2017

Topic: Art Therapy & Advocacy in a Domestic Violence Setting

Presenters: Rosemary Barnes Pratt, BC-ATR, MA, LPC
Ebony Williams, BS, Family Specialist Advocate

Time: Lecture 8am—9:30am
Registration & Continental Breakfast begin at 7:30am

LOCATION: CenterPointe Hospital Gym (tallest bldg. toward back/right side of campus)
4801 Weldon Spring Parkway, St. Charles (Weldon Spring), MO 63304

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Domestic violence hurts all family members and causes emotional distress, post-traumatic stress, depression, anxiety, fearfulness and social isolation. This presentation will provide an overview of domestic violence, the mental health needs of survivors and how advocacy and art therapy can provide awareness, resources and tools for a healthy life.

CEUs: 1.5 CEUs for Social Work and Addiction Counseling. A Certificate of Attendance indicating 1.5 clock hours will be awarded for other disciplines to submit to their licensing boards.

RSVP: 636-477-2157 or Email

There is NO COST to attend this educational activity!

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Rosemary Barnes Pratt, ATR-BC, MA, LPC is a registered, board certified Art Therapist with a decade of experience providing clinical services. She received a Master’s Degree in Art Therapy Counseling from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE). She also earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Art, with a minor in Psychology from SIUE).

Rosemary currently works as an Art Therapist at Lydia’s House helping women and children heal from domestic violence.

Ebony Williams, BS, possesses over 15 years of experience in the social services field. She received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Social Work from the University of Missouri St. Louis and completed an internship at the St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney’s office in Victim Services. This experience was the catalyst for her passion for domestic and family violence advocacy.

Ebony currently works as a Family Specialist-Advocate at Lydia’s House, a safe place to call home for women and children after they leave the emergency shelter. She facilitates parenting classes, support groups and provides advocacy services at Lydia’s House.