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Saturday 29th July 2017, 14.00 – 18.00

Engaging with our prejudice, power and privilege

Facilitated by Corrina Eastwood, Sarah Furneaux-Blick, Prabhjot Kaur Virk and Shan Rixon

"How does privilege create power and how can power lead to an acting on prejudice?"

This workshop is for therapists and professionals alike to reflect on working with those who are different to us. As practitioners, we continuously and consciously consider ourselves within the relationship with clients, and explore the impact our own process and personal experiences have on our work. This session aims to provide a space to further this self-reflection while also evaluating our possible insensitivities to social and cultural forces that may negatively impact these exchanges. An honest acknowledgement of one's own difference, prejudice and privilege is essential to ethical practice, yet can be potentially uncomfortable and challenging to explore. With power in the professional relationship in mind, the workshop will be considered within an intersectional framework through group discussion, reflection and art making.


Sunday 30th July 2017, 14.00 - 16.00

Other-ing: Working on the border

Join Art Refuge UK’s Bobby Lloyd and Naomi Press for a talk and panel discussion.The talk will propose that the art therapy work currently being delivered by Art Refuge UK's team with unaccompanied minors and adult men in the Calais area of northern France acts in part to provide a form of psychological shelter. This is in a context in which both physical camps and temporary shelters are prohibited, and as a counter to the many human rights violations that are endemic in the France-UK border area.

https://www.artrefugeuk.org/


Sunday 30th July 2017, 18:00 – 19:30

Art Making: A Creative Response

Working creatively allows us to process our feelings and responses in a non-verbal and immediate way. Join our final workshop on Sunday evening at 18:00 for a chance to meet with others and make art in a safe and inclusive space, facilitated by an art therapist. Materials will be provided. No prior experience needed. There will be a small charge to cover the cost of art materials.

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