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Accredited Courses

 

LEVEL 6 ART THERAPY SUPERVISION TRAINING

Starting date: 14th January 2020 

Deadline for applications: 18th November 2019

This training can be done as a one-year full-time or two-year part-time course with external certification at Level 6 Diploma by the Counselling and Psychotherapy Central Awarding Body (CPCAB). This intensive theoretically-informed and practice-based course will equip learners with the knowledge and skills required to provide effective, inspiring, ethical and evidence-based supervision to a range of supervisees. Art-based processes in supervision will feature prominently in the curriculum. 

Applications are welcome from all arts therapists as well as from suitably qualified professionals who use art within their supervisory practice, or supervise art therapists or arts in health practitioners as part of their work. 

The training will consist of one introductory module of two days on Tuesday 14th & Wednesday 15th of January 2020, followed by eleven monthly one day modules which will run on Tuesdays from 10am to 6pm at BAAT, 24 – 27 White Lion Street, London, N1 9PD. 

If you want to discuss applying after reading the FAQs, or want to request an application form please email info@baat.org 

Please click on the pdf to access information about the training, dates and FAQs including fees and payment options

2020 SUPERVISION TRAINING INFORMATION PACK AND FAQS.PDF

 

LEVEL 6 DIPLOMA IN WORKING WITH CHILDREN IN ART THERAPY INTAKE

Starting date:  3rd October 2020 

Deadline for applications:  9th September 2020 

We will post information about applications process,  dates of modules and fees in September 2019. 

BAAT is delighted to announce the start in October 2020  of the fourth cohort of the level 6 Diploma in Art Therapy with Children, written and designed by BAAT and accredited by the Counselling and Psychotherapy Central Awarding Body (CPCAB). The course will equip arts therapists with the skills required to ensure ethical and effective intervention with children and young people. 10 distinct modules will cover the ethical, practical, systemic, legislative and theoretical components essential to delivering safe, effective and evidence based arts therapy interventions with children  and young people aged from 4-18 in a range of settings.

Applications from arts therapists and suitably qualified professionals from the UK and overseas will be considered.

Modules will run monthly on Thursdays at BAAT, 24 – 27 White Lion Street, London, N1 9PD.