The Psychology of Colors Webinar

The Psychology of Colors 

Coloring isn’t just for kids, it is for adults, too. Colors and emotions are intrinsically connected. Adult Coloring is an exciting phenomenon that is being used create self-awareness, help self-regulate, and motivate both professionals and clients. The art of adult coloring is not only beneficial to practitioners but can also be used in practice to help create calm for clients in crisis and/or affected by trauma.  

Learning Objecives: 

In this fun and interactive workshop, participants will: 

  1. Be able to identify meanings associated with colors. 

  1. Identify how colors effect moods, emotions, and the brain. 

  1. Identify at least 4 benefits of adult coloring and their implications for social work practice.  

Each participant will be provided downloadable coloring sheets for workshop activities.  

Bring your favorite colored pencils and let’s get ready to explore the world of adult coloring! 

Time: 10:30 a.m. -12:00 noon CST via Zoom

CEUs:  1.30 are provided for the live webinar. If you reside outside of the state of Alabama and/or are from a profession other than social work, please seek CEU approval from your license board. Tuskegee University College of Arts and Sciences Department of Social Work is an approved CEU provider by the Alabama Board of Social Work Examiners as an accreditated Council of Social Work Education (CSWE) program. 

About the Presenter:  

Terricka Hardy, LCSW is the owner of Terricka Hardy Consulting, LLC where she provides personal and professional development trainings and coaching to professionals, universities, and organizations.  A subject matter expert and international speaker in Professional Self-Care and Resilience, Mrs. Hardy is passionate about helping professionals and organizations build resilience from the inside out. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, member of the Academy of Certified Social Workers, Board Certified Diplomate, and Certified Compassion Fatigue Professional.  She is an appointed member of the NASW National Ethics Committee and member of the Editorial Board for the Journal for Social Work Values and Ethics. She is a featured contributor of The Routledge Handbook of Social Work Ethics and Values published in 2019. Her most recent publications include The Self-Care A-Z Adult Coloring, The Self-Care Journal: 90 Days of Self- Awareness & Personal Growth, and Color Out Loud for Social Workers Adult Coloring Book all available on Amazon. Her specialties include ethics, mental health, burnout, resilience  and self-care.