The purpose of these movies is to enable trainees, social workers, art and recreation therapists to better understand the affect that the Creative Arts Therapies (Meditation, Painting, Drawing, Poetry, Music, etc.) have on the brain, socialization, and quality of life in all populations. Trainees will receive education on previous research related to brain plasticity, neural regeneration and the phenomena of cognitive reserve which demonstrate that positive changes in neural activity can be activated by visual, auditory, and sensory stimulation.
Additionally, the purpose of these movies is to educate trainees on how the TTAP Method© program provides stimulation to three distinct brain systems: the affective system, strategic system, and the recognition system. Trainees will understand how Blooms’ Taxonomy of Learning is incorporated into the TTAP Method © approach, as well as how each of the nine steps and 12 steps of the TTAP Method © is designed and structured so as to stimulate the visual learner, the musical learner, linguistic learner, interpersonal learner, intrapersonal learner, kinesthetic, and spatial learner. Additionally this approach has been proven replicable in clinical research.
Once all 5 movies are reviewed the consumer is eligible for a 20% discount on actual live trainings. Contact Dr. Levine Madori. Llevinem@stac.edu for more information.