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Bristol Exploring a Career in Art Therapy

FULLY BOOKED - NEW COURSE COMING SOON - Open to all who wish to attend, particularly those considering an MA in Art Psychotherapy and who may be target beneficiaries of PAPERArts mainly ages 16-25. Exploring a Career in Art Therapy is particularly suited to anyone currently thinking about an MA in Art Therapy/Art Psychotherapy.

FULLY BOOKED

Saturday 23rd of March 2019

10.30am to 4.30pm (registration from 10am)

Location:

PAPERArts 6 York Court Wilder Street St Pauls Bristol BS2 8QH

The course will enable you to think about different ways of using art therapeutically and will provide you with rich case study material from a school setting and from work within the current refugee crisis in Calais and Bristol.

The course will also have experiential elements of art therapy practise and use group discussion to enhance learning. Learning Outcomes An understanding of different settings for art workshops and art therapy How to work towards a qualification in Art Therapy Tools to deliver efficient, effective and sensitive art making sessions Core skills for being an engaging arts facilitator Sarah Robinson is an art therapist living and working in Bristol with experience of working in education settings on an individual basis, and in community settings running groups for refugees and asylum seekers. Sarah has a particular interest in trauma, displacement and how art making and art therapy can help to find a sense of belonging.

 

Sarah Robinson is an art therapist living and working in Bristol with experience of working in education settings on an individual basis, and in community settings running groups for refugees and asylum seekers. Sarah has a particular interest in trauma, displacement and how art making and art therapy can help to find a sense of belonging.

Additional Information:

Additional Information:

 

Fee for the day: £100 including refreshments and lunch

Exploring a Career in Art Therapy Programme 2019.pdf

Invoicing:

If you would like to be invoiced for your place on this conference, please complete this Invoice form Invoice Request Form - Course Booking Form.docx and return it to info@baat.org. If you would like to be invoiced and are not a BAAT member, you will need to create a BAAT booking account by registering via our website here: http://www.baat.org/Create-Account This does not incur a fee and is free to set up. Please include your registered BAAT number within your form.

Lunch and refreshments included.

Convenors: Sarah Robinson

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