About this Course

Frida Kahlo is a renound artist whose energetic spirit was in direct conflict with what her body allowed her to experience. She was exposed to various incidents of trauma, beginning early in life and extending into adulthood. Her art appeared to not only provide her both an active connection to living as well as a mirror into her history. She seems to have a fascination with herself and the life events that encapsulate her. Many of her pieces carry a dissociative quality and reflect her own fragmentation at times quite overtly and at other times more subtly. Frida's work may be an expressive window into to the dissociative experience, thereby facilitating increased connection to the experience of separation from ourselves in the context of trauma.

3 CEs are available for licensed mental health providers.*

Live training workshop:

Feb 11, 2022

Location: Remotely via Zoom (link available after payment)

Time: 1-4pm PST | 4-7pm EST

Participants will be able to...

  • Increase understanding of the subjective experience of dissociative phenomena
  • Increase awareness of approaches utilized in the treatment of dissociative disorders
  • Apply Frida Kahlo's artistic expression to the subjective experience of separation from self 

Presenter registration and website:

NBCC ACEP number 6912


Continuing Education (CE) hours

3 CEs are available for licensed mental health providers via the National Board for Certified Counselors, Inc (NBCC). Please check with your licensing board to confirm they honor CEs issued through the NBCC.

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