Teaching and Learning:
ArtB: A Reason To Be...
Why are workshops and lectures designed to meet your needs?
Art Therapy is a diverse practice.
Different Art Therapists work in different ways, using for example Sciences, Anthropology, Psychodynamic theories and practices to inform their work.
Art Therapists work with a diverse range of organisations:
Hospitals, Social Services, Charities, Schools, Hospices and more recently G.P Surgeries, Employment consultancy and Galleries etc.
Working with a diverse range of conditions:
Physical conditions e.g. Cancer, Neurological disorders, Substance misuse, Dementia Care, Behavioral Difficulties, Mental Health Disorders as well as people who have a mild mental health difficulty, low confidence and self esteem.
See 'What is Art Therapy' and section.
"One off Art Therapy Workshops"
Art Therapy workshops to help a group think about and reflect upon a specific subject, theme or event.
E.g. Life Changes and losses or Transitions i.e. from one location, building or group to another.
To facilitate thoughts and discussion about a theme common to the group that is difficult to verbalise.
To help process a difficult situation and think about the way forward as a group.
To help individuals to think about their skills and abilities, likes and dislikes.
Employers, Employees, Clients or Patients, Community, Voluntary, Hobby, Support or Self Help Group and more!