This series of Saturday seminars offer a continuing professional development opportunity for qualified Arts Psychotherapists to deepen theoretical understanding and approaches to practice through topic-led discussion
Interested in art psychotherapy and want to find out more?
Goldsmiths is offering evening taster sessions where you can have a brief experience exploring art therapy and gaining awareness of the theories that underpin the practice. You will also have an opportunity to talk with Lecturers from the MA Art Psychotherapy about career development.
The course aims to give you the opportunity of taking part in an Art Therapy Large Group. We aim to provide a boundaried space with no explicit agenda, to enable individuals to explore, through the use of art, performance and dialogue, the dynamics that arise in a large group.
On this course we will look at how music can be of benefit for communication, team working, physical and emotional therapy, cross-curricular learning as well as social and personal development and how through a variety of repertoire, facilitation techniques and leadership skills music can be an incredibly effective tool for impacting on these young peoples’ lives. This is a two-day course but each day can also be taken as a standalone course.
Goldsmiths is offering a 2-day workshop where you can have an experience of art therapy, and learn about the theories that underpin the practice; how it can help and have an opportunity to talk with tutors from the MA Art Psychotherapy about career development.
This 3 day intensive course is for qualified arts psychotherapists/psychotherapists who wish to develop their knowledge and skills across a range of multimedia tools and technologies in their therapeutic work. It will introduce a range of starting points and clear pathways for using multimedia approaches in progressing therapy interventions, enabling clients to engage in expressive, exploratory and reflective processes to share thoughts, feelings and review life experience
This course is for practitioners in health, education, community and social care interested in developing ways of relating to clients who depend on non-verbal communication. This may include, for example, clients who are learning disabled, those with dementia or who have lost the capacity to speak.
This course of for practitioners in the helping professions, for example therapists, care workers, teachers, teaching assistants, social workers, who are interested in self-care and re-discovering the vitality and passion in the work.