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Mindfulness-Based Art Therapy: Approaches and Applications - NEW COURSE

This course is open to Qualified and Trainee Art Therapists, and other Registered Creative Therapists from around the world. Mindfulness-based art therapy (MBAT) is an integrated approach combining mindfulness teaching and practice with self-expression using art materials and a therapeutic relationship. MBAT is practiced with groups and individuals.

Saturday 26th June 2021

10:00am to 16.00pm (Zoom waiting room will be open from 9.30am)

Location:

Online Delivery: Zoom invite will be sent within the week prior to start date

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This course is open to Qualified and Trainee Art Therapists, and other Registered Creative Therapists from around the world

Mindfulness-based art therapy is a relatively new area and many art therapists are interested in integrating mindfulness in their work. It is recommended that art therapists who are integrating mindfulness do this from the basis of their own personal mindfulness meditation practice and further training in this area – in order to offer this in a safe and professional way.

 

This course outlines the basics of the work and also gives pointers for further training for art therapists in teaching mindfulness. Interest in mindfulness has been increasing during the covid-19 pandemic. This may be due to the potential for mindfulness practice to help both client and therapist to regulate emotions, activate the parasympathetic nervous system, and foster resilience.

 

Mindfulness practices also help foster compassion; awareness of emotions and being less reactive. Aims of this integrated form of MBAT include enhancing and elucidating mindfulness practices; encouraging embodiment; soothing the nervous systems; discharging and transforming challenging feeling states through art making.

 

The day will also include guided mindfulness meditation, small group work, reflective art making, and group discussions. On completion of this course you will be able to:

 

• Understand the basis of offering integrated form of mindfulness and art therapy

 

• Have a theoretical background and examples of MBAT to draw on

 

• Be supported to further develop your practice to include mindfulness

 

Nicky Roland, is an experienced HCPC registered Art Therapist, a trained mindfulness teacher and supervisor. She has several years work experience in the NHS, voluntary sector and in private practice. She has offered one-to-one art therapy and supervision online over the last six years. During the Covid-19 pandemic she started a weekly online art therapy and mindfulness group based on the groups and workshops she facilitates at the London Art Therapy Centre.

Additional Information:

Trainee BAAT Member: £90.00 

x3 Reduced Rate Trainee & Unemployed Member Places: £65.00 (please contact the office to book this place - booked on a first come, first serve bases)

Please Note: We can not reserve Reduced Rate Places.

 

Full Unemployed or Retired Member: £90.00

 

Full Underemployed Member: £100.00

 

Full Member (Self Funded): £110.00

 

Associate Member: £110.00

 

Employer Funded Members: £145.00

 

Non-BAAT Member (Self or Employer Funded): £175.00

 

Please create a Free Booking Account if you don't have one or are not a member, here: https://www.baat.org/Create-Account

 

Employer Funded places for members or non-members, please download a course booking form here: Invoice Request Form - Course Booking Form.docx


Completed Booking Forms (with purchase order number and BAAT booking account number), please email to: info@baat.org

 

Please Note: We do not accept employer funded bookings without an employer purchase order.

 
 

Convenors: Nicky Roland

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