Introduction to person-centred art therapy skills - a personal development course (15-hours)
This is a 15-hour experiential course. It will take place on three Saturdays: 8th September, 6th October and 17th November 2018. Learners will be given the chance to enhance their creativity with a focus on self-awareness rather than the acquiring of skills. Therefore, it is suitable for anyone interested in personal development. Also, it is an ideal stepping stone for anyone wishing to undertake the certificate course in person-centred art therapy skills.
We will discuss the importance of keeping a journal with images so learners can monitor their progress. Each day individuals will take part in exercises, mostly creating an image using the art materials available. Then there will be an opportunity for individuals to share their images with the group. There will be discussions and exercises on reflecting skills, empathy and positive regard. We will touch on the theory of the person-centred approach, briefly exploring how it links in with this course and into the theory of person-centred art therapy skills.
In brief, the course comprises of theory, skills practice at a basic level and group process with an emphasis on increasing self-awareness. At the end of the course, each learner will receive a certificate of attendance (15 hours CPD).
The course is organised and facilitated by Chinar Abdulaziz - a Registered Counsellor MBACP (Accred) in private practice. Chinar is also a member and trainee tutor at the Person-centred Art Therapy Association (PCATA).
Please note that this course is endorsed by the person-centred Art Therapy Association.
For more information and to book a place, please contact Chinar on 07754 001908 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
About the host
Chinar Abdulaziz is a Registered Counsellor in private practice based in Ealing, Ruislip and Mayfair. She has worked with issues including anxiety, stress, depression, relationships, life changes, abuse, bereavement and trauma. Chinar helps to empower individuals to see they have options and choices to have a more fulfilling life.