An event for prospective MA students of Art Psychotherapy, Dramatherapy, Dance Movement Psychotherapy, Music Therapy and Play Therapy.
Roehampton's Arts and Play Therapies (APT) team invite you to attend their Open Afternoon on February 8th, and learn all you need to know about training as an arts or play therapist. It is a perfect opportunity to meet staff and current students and explore the learning environment of Whitelands College based at the edge of Richmond Park. Queries about admissions and eligibility will be answered and a real insight offered into the unique journey to becoming an APT practitioner.
The afternoon will be divided into a general information session followed by programme-specific information sessions for each of the five disciplines. There will also be time for guided tours of the buildings and studio spaces.
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13:00 Registration: Whitelands College Reception.
13:30 Welcome and introductory talk
14:15 Break into individual modalities – coordinators providing programme-specific information.
Programme Talks: Art Psychotherapy / Dance Movement Psychotherapy / Dramatherapy / Music Therapy / Play Therapy
15:30 Refreshments and optional short campus tour
16:15 Presentation and Q&A about the admissions process
16:35 Student panel Q&A
17:00 End of session on Whitelands Campus
We look forward to welcoming you to The University of Roehampton.
Travelling to campus
We would strongly advise you travel by public transport wherever possible. The nearest rail station is Barnes which is about 20 minutes' walk from the Whitelands campus, or take the number 72 or the 265 and these buses both stop near Holybourne Avenue. If tube travel is more convenient you can also take the Distric Line to Putney Bridge Station then take the 265 bus, alighting at Danebury Avenue. Plan your journey using: www.nationalrail.co.uk
Buses that stop close to Whitelands College: 72, 265, 493, 170, 493. Travelling up Roehampton Lane, alight at the stop just before the junction with Danebury Avenue. Turn right down Danebury Avenue and then take the immediate left onto Holybourne Avenue. Whitelands is a minute’s walk on the right-hand side. If you are travelling from the direction of the A3 alight at the stop just after the junction with Danebury Avenue.
If you have a disability or accessibility issue that means you need to travel by car please contact us by email on email@example.com to make arrangements.