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External Courses

  

HC-UK MENTAL HEALTH & CYP CONFERENCES
 
Healthcare Conferences UK organises and produces high quality healthcare conferences and exhibitions with a specialist interest in a clinical audience. Their events support knowledge sharing, professional development and take a practical approach to learning through case study based best practice. We look forward to welcoming you to our conferences.
There are a number of conferences coming up detailed below that may be of interest to BAAT members. With a 20% discount offer exclusively for BAAT members using code hcuk20baat

Forthcoming Events:

Medically Unexplained Symptoms/Somatic Symptom Disorder National Summit 2018
Wednesday 11 July 2018  Manchester Conference Centre, Manchester

Dual Diagnosis: Improving the Management of severe mental illness and substance misuse
Friday 13 July 2018  De Vere West One Conference Centre, London
 
For further information and booking please click here
  


E.LEARNING ART THERAPY INTRODUCTION AND FOUNDATION COURSES, OXFORD COLLEGE OF ARTS & THERAPIES

These courses have been designed by experienced art therapists to help participants decide if an art therapy career is for them. They are also helpful for people who may already use art in their work and wish to develop their creative practice. We aim to provide art therapy introductory training to people who may find it hard to access this because of where they live. Please visit our website for details on our introductory discounts in May and to meet our international faculty members as well as find out how to connect to our worldwide networ

For more information please click on the link: https://ocat.org.uk/

   


ONLINE ART THERAPY CPD COURSES, OXFORD COLLEGE OF ARTS & THERAPIES 
Course 1: When thinking fails: Mentalization-based art therapy groups
Course 2: Group leadership style: Reflective practice exercise

The Oxford College of Arts & Therapies is delighted to launch its first two art therapy CPD online courses. These filmed lectures by Dr Neil Springham (PhD) address 'When thinking fails: Mentalization-based art therapy groups' and 'Group leadership style: Reflective practice exercise'. They include handouts and exercises.  

They will be of interest to art therapists, artists in health, other professionals and students. We also hope that people who live in areas where accessing training is difficult will find these helpful.

Continuing Professional Development Certificates are downloadable on completion. Please visit our website www.ocat.org.uk 

   


CERTIFICATE IN CLAY FIELD THERAPY

Part I will be 4-17 August 2018 - Clay Field Therapy with adults
Part II will be August 2019 - Clay Field Therapy with children

Facilitator Cornelia Elbrecht Art Therapist AThR, SEP
http://www.sensorimotorarttherapy.com cornelia_elbrecht@claerwen.com.au
(see website for short video of Clay Field work in action and detailed info in ‘Trauma Healing at the Clay Field‘ by Cornelia Elbrecht)

A unique opportunity for arts therapists and other mental health professionals to learn about Trauma Healing at the Clay Field in an intensive four week long training programme in two parts in the UK. Usually trainings are in Europe/Australia.

Venue : Sutton, Woodbridge, Suffolk near the UK East Coast and offers the option of a study-holiday experience for professional and personal development.

For more information please click on the PDF: Clay Field.pdf   

 

 

'THE MONSTER UNDER THE BED: CLINICAL APPLICATIONS OF THE HERO'S JOURNEY IN DRAMA THERAPY’: A BADTH CPD DAY

Robert J Landy in Glasgow on 1st September 2018

In the workshop, ‘The monster under the bed: clinical applications of the Hero's Journey in Drama Therapy,’ participants will be guided through an experience in Robert Landy’s version of the hero’s journey, which is unique in its narrative frame of four interactive figures: hero, destination, obstacle and guide. 

For further details please contact info@badth.org.uk or click on the PDF: Robert Landy CPD day Glasgow 1.9.18 - with photo.pdf

 

 

THE PROMISE AND THE PAIN OF SOCIAL MEDIA, SELF HARM AND OTHER HEALTH-HARMING BEHAVIOURS. BUILDING RESILIENCE AND HEALTH-HEALING ALTERNATIVES

Date: 29th September 2018
Cost: £183

This conference offers vital knowledge on ways teenagers and children (age 5-18 years old) make themselves deeply unhappy by activities and ways of connecting with people that initially promise so much. Presenters will explore the initial excitement and thrill of social media for example, which then for young people often leads to terrible feelings of humiliation, shame, being left out or utter loneliness. Other presenters will similarly look at the ‘promise then the pain' of self-harm, drugs, alcohol, or taking the decision to eat very little. There will be exploration of vital relational interventions and how to address painful feelings rather than trying to escape them.
 
Find out more here

 

 

THERAPEUTIC WORK WITH TEENAGERS: OFFERING A WEALTH OF TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES WITH DAVID TARANSAUD

Date: Weekend Training 28th & 29th July 2018
Cost:  £330
 
This course is a vital resource to support thoughtful, reflective conversations with teenagers about their life experiences. David Taransaud is a highly experienced Psychotherapeutic Counsellor and will be introducing creative tools and techniques of what to say and how to be, underpinned by all the latest research and psychology relevant to adolescent development. The course offers easy-to-use structures that enable adults to be with the teenager in a confident, non-embarrassing and effective way so that the conversation flows rather than flounders.
 
Find out more here

 

 

AN INTRODUCTION TO ART THERAPY SUPERVISION

Supervision Training - University of Derby

Date: October 2018

This course provides an introduction to practice in the clinical supervision of art therapists.

This course is for qualified art therapists, psychotherapists, counsellors and mental health professionals who are, or intend to be, actively involved in the clinical supervision of qualified art therapists or art therapists in training.

The course lasts six months with attendance required once a month on Saturday’s and commences in October 2018.

A limited number of bursary places are available subject to meeting the eligibility criteria.

For further details please click on the website link here or on the PDF below: Art_therapy_supervision_Derby.pdf