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Art Therapy with Groups of Children

This course is open to qualified Art Therapists and Art Therapy trainees only. This course will support your understanding of what you need to consider in order to set up and begin facilitating Art Therapy Groups with Primary aged Children.

FULLY BOOKED 

 

Saturday 27th of July 2019

10am to 5pm (registration 9.30am)

Location:
24 – 27 White Lion Street, London N1 9PD

Convenors: Amanda Dudley

Child Development & its Significance in Art Therapy

An increasing body of evidence tells us that the quality of care-giving received in the early years has a significant impact on future personality development and emotional wellbeing.

FULLY BOOKED

Saturday 7th of September 2019

10am to 17.00

Location:
24 – 27 White Lion Street, London N1 9PD

Convenors: Mary Rose Brady

BAAT Safeguarding Level 1: The Role of the Art Therapist in Safeguarding Children & Young People

This course is open to all who wish to attend and provides a recent historical context of child protection with the aim of clarifying the duties & responsibilities of Art Therapists in safeguarding children as part of today’s C&YP work force. Whether working independently or as an employee of an organisation, this course will explore duties, responsibilities and reporting lines informed by the new updated “Working Together” 2017.

FULLY BOOKED

Saturday 28th of September 2019

10am to 5pm (registration 9.30am)

Location:
24 - 27 White Lion Street, London N1 9PD.

Convenors: Sarah Kendrick

Art Therapy Based Psychoeducation

This course is for qualified Art Therapists and Art Therapy Trainees only Evidence is mounting that patient education can both increase the effectiveness of psychological therapy interventions by strengthening the therapeutic alliance and be a valid brief intervention in its own right. Psychoeducational approaches which are overly academic or cognitively based can be less effective in situations where learning and attention can be compromised by emotional distress or developmental issues.

Saturday 12th October 2019

10am-5pm

Location:
LIFT, 45 White Lion Street, London N1 9PW

Convenors: Neil Springham

BAAT Safeguarding Level 2: The Role of the Art Therapist in Safeguarding Children & Young People. Emerging & Complex Issues

Aimed at practitioners who have completed our Level 1 in Safeguarding.

Saturday 26th of October 2019

10am to 4pm

Location:
24 – 27 White Lion Street, London N1 9PD

Convenors:

 Sarah Kendrick

Edinburgh Therapeutic Treasure Box: Theory & Creative Techniques for Facilitating Resilience & Affect Regulation in Children with Developmental Trauma

This course is open to all who wish to attend. What is the impact of trauma, neglect, toxic stress & disrupted attachment on children, adolescents, and on their surrounding adults? What is the impact on the body, brain, emotions, behaviours, learning, and relationships? This course focuses on translating the latest evidence-base, neuroscience findings, and attachment, loss, stress, and trauma theories into day-to-day case work.

FULLY BOOKED

Friday 1st and Saturday 2nd November 2019

9.30-4.30pm 

Location:
EDINBURGH - Quaker Meeting House, 7 Victoria Terrace, Edinburgh EH1 2JL

Convenors: Dr Karen Treisman

Therapeutic Treasure Box: Theory & creative techniques for facilitating resilience & affect regulation in children with developmental trauma

FULLY BOOKED - NEW COURSE COMING SOON - This course is open to all who wish to attend. What is the impact of trauma, neglect, toxic stress & disrupted attachment on children, adolescents, and on their surrounding adults? What is the impact on the body, brain, emotions, behaviours, learning, and relationships? This course focuses on translating the latest evidence-base, neuroscience findings, and attachment, loss, stress, and trauma theories into day-to-day case work.

FULLY BOOKED

Friday 8th and Saturday 9th of November 2019

9.30am to 16.30 (registration will start from 9.00)

Location:
LIFT, 45 White Lion Street, London N1 9PW

Convenors: Karen Treisman

Manchester - Supervision Training

This course is intended for art therapists who are supervisors and for those who may be thinking about taking on this role. All levels of experience are welcome. Supervisory tasks may include clinical or managerial roles or both and supervisees may be experienced art therapists or students in training. The course will provide theoretical input by looking at different models of supervision.

Saturday 9th November 2019

10am to 5pm

Location:
YHA Machester, Potato Wharf, Castlefield, Manchester M3, 4NB

Convenors: Dr Val Huet

Norwich Art Therapy Mentalization Training

This course is open to Qualified Professionals from any profession only. New evidence from neuroscience and attachment theory requires us to rethink some of our basic assumptions about how we might help people. But whilst the evidence offers us much potential for understanding therapeutic effectiveness, it is often complex and specialised.

Friday 15th November 2019

10-5pm (registration starts at 9.30am)

Location:
Anteros Arts Foundation, 11-15 Fye Bridge Street, Norwich NR3 1LJ

Convenors: Neil Springham 

Art Therapy-based Formulation

This course is open to all qualified professionals. Formulation of reasons for and goals of therapy enables co-production of an intervention plan tailored to the individual's needs. Despite formulation becoming a mainstream component of psychological therapy, many practitioners have received little training. As service users may not find verbal approaches the most accessible this course demonstrates the potential of an art therapy approach to formulation with children and adults.

Friday 29th and Saturday 30th of November 2019

10am to 5pm (registration will start from 9.30)

Location:
LIFT, 45 White Lion Street, London N1 9PW

Convenors: Neil Springham & Alex McDonald

Supervision Training

This course is intended for art therapists who are supervisors and for those who may be thinking about taking on this role. All levels of experience are welcome. Supervisory tasks may include clinical or managerial roles or both and supervisees may be experienced art therapists or students in training. The course will provide theoretical input by looking at different models of supervision.

Tuesday 3rd & Wednesday 4th December 2019

10am to 5pm Tuesday; 10 am to 4pm Wednesday

 

 

Location:
LIFT, 45 White Lion Street, London N1 9PW

Convenors: Dr Val Huet

London - Dyadic Parent-Child Art Psychotherapy Training Level 1

This course is for qualified Art Therapists or other qualified creative therapists only. Dyadic Parent-Child Art Psychotherapy is a way of working which focuses directly on the child’s primary attachment relationship. The therapist does not become the child’s therapist or the caregiver’s therapist but the relationship’s therapist. The aim of this two day course is practical: to give art therapists what they need to feel confident and competent to work in this way. It will provide a rationale, ba

Friday 6th and Saturday 7th of December 2019

10am to 4pm

 

 

Location:
LIFT, 45 White Lion Street London N1 9PW

Convenors: Anthea Hendry & Katie Wilson

Art Psychotherapy & Eating Disorders

The course will look at Eating Disorders (mainly Anorexia) from different perspectives. It will consider physical health issues, common complex dynamics of splits in families, the possible paralysis of thinking in teams and organisations, and the role of individual therapists within this.

Saturday 25th January 2020

10am to 5pm (registration 9.30am)

Location:
24 - 27 White Lion Street, London N1 9PD.

Convenors: Cliff Free

Art Therapy-Based Group Work with Teams and Organisations

This course will introduce art therapists to some basic concepts on how to understand organisations and commonly found dynamics within teams.

Friday 7th of February 2020

10am to 4pm

Location:
24 – 27 White Lion Street, London N1 9PD

Convenors: Val Huet

Working on Borders: Socially Engaged Practice and Humanitarian Support

This course is open to all qualified professionals who want to explore working in community settings, social engagement and humanitarian support both within the UK and internationally. A continuum of practice will be explored, alongside issues of intent, formulation and ethics. The course tutors will draw upon their extensive and wide-ranging experience and theoretical knowledge, while project tasks between the two sessions will be integral.

Saturday 8th and Saturday 22nd February 2020

10am-5pm (registration opens at 9.30)

 

 

Location:
Claremont Project, 24-27 White Lion Street, London N1 9PD

Convenors: Bobby Lloyd & Miriam Usiskin

3 Days: Therapeutic Treasure Box: Theory & Creative Techniques for Facilitating Resilience & Affect Regulation in Children with Developmental Trauma

This course is open to all who wish to attend. What is the impact of trauma, neglect, toxic stress and disrupted attachment on children, adolescents, and on their surrounding adults? What is the impact on the body, brain, emotions, behaviours, learning, and relationships? This course focuses on translating the latest evidence-base, neuroscience findings, attachment, loss, stress, and trauma theories into day-to-day case work.

Thursday 19th to Saturday 21st of March 2020

9.30am to 16.30 (registration will start from 9.00)

Location:
24-27 White Lion Street, London N1 9PD

Convenors: Karen Treisman

Art Therapy with Groups of Children

This course will support your understanding of what you need to consider in order to set up and begin facilitating Art Therapy Groups with Primary aged Children.

Saturday 9th May 2020

10am to 5pm (registration 9.30am)

Location:
24 – 27 White Lion Street, London N1 9PD

Convenors: Amanda Dudley

Unaccompanied Asylum-Seeking, Refugee, and Trafficked Young People

This course gives an overview of the multi-faceted needs and unique challenges of unaccompanied asylum-seeking, trafficked, and refugee young people from a psychological perspective. The presenter has extensive experience of working with unaccompanied young people in the UK, refugee camps in Europe and in Africa. This day provides practitioners with a deeper understanding of both theory and practice.

Saturday 26th of September 2020

9.30-5pm (Registration opens at 9am)

Location:
24/27 White Lion Street, London N1 9PD

Convenors:

Dr Karen Treisman