This CPD day is for anyone who would like to be more creative in their therapeutic work.
Do you struggle with accessing your own creativity? Are you unsure how to go about engaging in creative work with clients? Would you like to be more creative, but don’t consider yourself artistic?
If you or your clients tend to experience panic at the thought of using the arts, then this is for you.
The day offers some ways and means to get creative in therapy work, without needing to pick up a paintbrush or any other traditional artist’s materials. Working with imagery doesn’t require us to be artistic; it calls on us to be creative, which is understood as an inherent human quality we all share.
The focus will be experiential work designed to access and facilitate our imaginative capacities. We will explore some foundation steps and resources for working creatively and safely with others. There will be an overview of the theoretical frame and rationale for a creative approach in therapy. All the approaches used are chosen to integrate well into most professional roles and settings.
Facilitator: Suki Abbott - Integrative Arts Psychotherapist PG. Cert, M.A. (I.A.T.E.) Supervisor PG. Dip. Suki is an experienced trainer, UKCP reg. Psychotherapist and Creative Supervisor, with a well-established private practice in Kent. She offers Arts and Nature-based Psychotherapy to individuals (adults and young people), and Supervision to counsellors and therapists, individually or in groups. Suki has delivered CPD workshops and training courses in the South East for many years, specialising in the therapeutic value of working with the arts and creativity. http://kent-psychotherapy.co.uk/
A Link Centre certificate will be presented at the end of the course.
Cancellation Policy: 50% refund will be given on cancellations with more than 7 days’ notice.
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