Introduction to the profession of art therapy (UK)

Introduction to the profession of art therapy

INTRODUCTION TO THE PROFESSION OF ART THERAPYSaturday 1st July 2006 10 am to 5.00 pm

BAAT Offices, 24-27 White Lion Street, London N1 9PD

Convenors: Val Huet and Janet de Heger
Fee: £100 including refreshments and lunch

Are you looking for a new career that involves creativity and personal growth? Whether you are starting to shape your professional path or want to change an established work career, this workshop will help you to find out if the profession of Art Therapy may suit your needs.

We will introduce the professional context of Art Therapy and its development. We will explain the basic concepts of Art Therapy and present and present a case study of a group of clients with drug and alcohol addiction. We will also give an overview of the various pathways available to train in Art Therapy and there will a 'surgery' time at the end of the day to meet individually with one of the convenors to discuss your personal needs.

Continued here: http://www.baat.org/event014.html

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2 responses to “Introduction to the profession of art therapy (UK)

  1. John Mutsaers

    Hi My name is John Mutsaers. I live in Australia and I am visiting England and Holland later this year (2006). I would like to get in touch with art therapists or art therapy schools in those countries. Can you help me with some contacts?

    Kind regards
    John Mutsaers MA Art therapy

  2. I didn’t think of it right away but after writing you privately I remembered the art therapist map we created. Perhaps some UK art therapists can be found THERE

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