Practice oriented through experiential learning
For practising social workers and other helping professionals
Embraces 3 theoretical orientations in iEXAT
By overseas and local expert trainers
Fulfills the IEATA training requirements for those who pursue to become a REACE/ REAT
Senior faculty member of the European Graduate School (1997 to 2020) and is currently the director of World Arts Organization. A leader in the field of phenomenological expressive arts education with a focus on intermodal, cross-cultural art-making, exploring how every individual can be included in the building of an ensemble.
Co-founder of the EXA program at the San Francisco CIIS and the IEATA. One of the Grandmothers of Expressive Arts, Kate has taught at many international universities in Asia, Africa and Canada as well as the USA. Kate has an active Jungian oriented expressive arts therapy practice in Northern California and provides supervision and training internationally.