Members of the Department of Creative Arts Therapies faculty will be on hand at the "Trauma: A Paradigm Shift" Symposium on Saturday, February 17 from 9-4:30 pm at Philadelphia University, Downs Hall, 4201 Henry Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19144. Counseling Core Curriculum Coordinator Abby Dougherty, MS, NCC, LPC, PhD, will host the event, co-sponsored by the Greater Philadelphia Area Counseling Association and the Pennsylvania Counseling Association. Director of Music Therapy Flossie Ierardi, MM, MT-BC, LPC, Director of Field Education Scott Horowitz, MA, MT-BC, LPC, and Assistant Clinical Professor Dawn Morningstar, MA, BC-DMT, LPC, will appear as presenters. The symposium will cover a number of trauma-related topics including mindfulness and self-care for the therapist, cultural trauma and the experiences of counselors of color, intergenerational trauma, domestic violence, and the uses of the creative arts in trauma stewardship and self-care. For more information, visit www.pacounseling.org.