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London - Dyadic Parent-Child Art Psychotherapy Training Level 2

This level 2 dyadic parent-child art psychotherapy training is for art therapist who have already completed the Level 1 dyadic parent-child art psychotherapy training run in London, Sheffield, Edinburgh, Manchester or Belfast since 2014.

Friday 9th & Saturday 10th of October 2020

10am to 4pm

Location:

24-27 White Lion Street, London N1 9PD

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The aim of the course is to equip qualified art therapists who are already developing a dyadic art therapy practice with a greater understanding of the initial phase of dyadic art therapy; the role of parents and caregivers and how to prepare and support them; the structure and content of parent-child sessions; the choice and use of goals and outcome measures, and the on- line manual.

 

The Level 2 Dyadic Parent-Child Art Psychotherapy Training is for art therapists who have completed the Level 1 dyadic training. The aim of the course is to equip qualified art therapists who are already developing a dyadic art therapy practice with a greater understanding of useful structures, processes, assessment tools, and outcome measures.

 

Learning will be through presentations, videoed examples of clinical work, small group work and visual tasks. The course will focus on: work with parents in dyadic work; the structure and content of dyadic sessions; the role of the therapist; the use of video, the on -line manual; looking at appropriate outcome measures. Real life case examples and AIRS will be shared.

 

Learning outcomes: To develop a greater understanding of:

* The initial phase of dyadic art therapy

* The role of parents and caregivers in dyadic therapy and how to support them in this role

* Life in and of the art making

* The structure and content of joined up parent –child sessions

* The choice and use of goals and outcome measures

* The on- line manual

  

Anthea Hendry lectured in Further Education and then qualified as a social worker before training as an Art Therapist. For many years she has specialised in working with children and families who have experienced early trauma and abuse in various settings including Social Services, the voluntary sector and the NHS. She was Principle Art psychotherapist in Leeds CAMHS where she set up an adoption clinic to provide specialists assessments and therapeutic work for adoptive families which included dyadic parent-child art therapy. Her MA in the Advanced Clinical Practice of Art Psychotherapy focused on dyadic work and researching how art therapists worked with adoptive families.

She now works as a private and independent practitioner, supervisor and trainer. She has recently co –edited a book: Creative Therapies for Complex Trauma: Helping Children and Families in foster care, kinship care or adoption. She is the author of various journal articles and book chapters. She teaches on The Northern Programme Art Psychotherapy course. She is an active member of both the BAAT special interest group Art Therapists working with Children and Families (ATCAF) and the Self-Employed, Private and Independent Practice (SIPPSIG)  

 

Katie Wilson began work as an Art Psychotherapist on a short contract within an Adult Community Mental Health Team. In 1997 she joined a Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service where she continues to offer a range of Art Psychotherapy interventions including, assessments, individual, family and dyadic work. She has joined with other Art Therapists within her team to establish Dyadic Art Psychotherapy as a specialist intervention within the attachment care pathway. Katie is also an associate lecturer with the Northern Programme Art Psychotherapy training course where she regularly provides workshops and supervision. She is an active member of ATCAF which is the BAAT special interest group for art therapists working with children and families.

 

Amanda Platt initially worked as a key worker for Sheffield Futures with Primary aged children who were on the verge of permanent exclusion. She began working as an Art Therapist for Sheffield CAMHS in 2003. She continues to work in this service offering a range of interventions including assessments, individual, family and dyadic Art Therapy. Amanda has helped develop an attachment pathway across the service as well as establish Dyadic Art Psychotherapy as a specialist intervention. Training experience includes Watch, Wait and Wonder, Level 1 Theraplay training and Mentalization Based Therapy with Adolescents. Amanda is also an associate lecturer with the Northern Programme Art Psychotherapy course where she provides regular supervision and workshops for the students. She also provides supervision for qualified Art Therapists working with children and families. She is an active member of ATCAF.


Anthea Hendry lectured in Further Education and then qualified as a social worker before training as an Art Therapist. For many years she has specialised in working with children and families who have experienced early trauma and abuse in various settings including Social Services, the voluntary sector and the NHS. She was Principle Art psychotherapist in Leeds CAMHS where she set up an adoption clinic to provide specialists assessments and therapeutic work for adoptive families which included dyadic parent-child art therapy. Her MA in the Advanced Clinical Practice of Art Psychotherapy focused on dyadic work and researching how art therapists worked with adoptive families.

She now works as a private and independent practitioner, supervisor and trainer. She has recently co –edited a book: Creative Therapies for Complex Trauma: Helping Children and Families in foster care, kinship care or adoption. She is the author of various journal articles and book chapters. She teaches on The Northern Programme Art Psychotherapy course. She is an active member of both the BAAT special interest group Art Therapists working with Children and Families (ATCAF) and the Self-Employed, Private and Independent Practice (SIPPSIG)  

Anthea Hendry lectured in Further Education and then qualified as a social worker before training as an Art Therapist. For many years she has specialised in working with children and families who have experienced early trauma and abuse in various settings including Social Services, the voluntary sector and the NHS. She was Principle Art psychotherapist in Leeds CAMHS where she set up an adoption clinic to provide specialists assessments and therapeutic work for adoptive families which included dyadic parent-child art therapy. Her MA in the Advanced Clinical Practice of Art Psychotherapy focused on dyadic work and researching how art therapists worked with adoptive families.

She now works as a private and independent practitioner, supervisor and trainer. She has recently co –edited a book: Creative Therapies for Complex Trauma: Helping Children and Families in foster care, kinship care or adoption. She is the author of various journal articles and book chapters. She teaches on The Northern Programme Art Psychotherapy course. She is an active member of both the BAAT special interest group Art Therapists working with Children and Families (ATCAF) and the Self-Employed, Private and Independent Practice (SIPPSIG)  

Anthea Hendry lectured in Further Education and then qualified as a social worker before training as an Art Therapist. For many years she has specialised in working with children and families who have experienced early trauma and abuse in various settings including Social Services, the voluntary sector and the NHS. She was Principle Art psychotherapist in Leeds CAMHS where she set up an adoption clinic to provide specialists assessments and therapeutic work for adoptive families which included dyadic parent-child art therapy. Her MA in the Advanced Clinical Practice of Art Psychotherapy focused on dyadic work and researching how art therapists worked with adoptive families.

She now works as a private and independent practitioner, supervisor and trainer. She has recently co –edited a book: Creative Therapies for Complex Trauma: Helping Children and Families in foster care, kinship care or adoption. She is the author of various journal articles and book chapters. She teaches on The Northern Programme Art Psychotherapy course. She is an active member of both the BAAT special interest group Art Therapists working with Children and Families (ATCAF) and the Self-Employed, Private and Independent Practice (SIPPSIG)  

Additional Information:

 

Non BAAT member fee: £260 

Non BAAT Members:  To book please email info@baat.org  with your booking enquiry. You will also need to create a BAAT booking account by registering here: www.baat.org/Create-Account. This does not incur a fee.

Employer funded BAAT Member: £230 

Full BAAT member self funded: £205

Under-employed BAAT member self funded: £175


Unemployed BAAT member self funded: £165


We have reserved 2 reduced places for unemployed BAAT members at £85 on a first come first serve basis. Please email info@baat.org in order to check availability.


Employer Payments & Invoicing:
If you or your employer would like to be invoiced for your place on this course, please complete this Invoice form  Invoice Details Request - Event Booking  and return it to info@baat.org.


Lunch and refreshments included. 

Convenors: Anthea Hendry, Amanda Platt & Katie Wilson

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