Creative Ways of Working in a Therapeutic Environment with Survivors of Sexual Violence 2017-08-16T11:59:25+00:00

Specialist Training Workshop

Creative Ways of Working in a Therapeutic Environment with Survivors of Sexual Violence

This is an introductory workshop based on Liesl Silverstone’s model; Art and the Development of the Person, The Person Centred Way. Together we will explore this non-directive approach to creativity.  The workshop offers you the opportunity to explore working with art materials and expand your practice finding out how useful working with art can be.

The workshop does not lead to a formal qualification but will aid your continuous professional development and practice. The workshop also offers the opportunity to gain new skills and network with other professionals.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Understand how music, guided imagery and other art materials allow individuals to think creatively and explore their emotions
  • Know how to work creatively with clients using different forms of art
  • Know how to create a safe, non-judgmental environment to implement working creatively

Participants will be involved in working individually, in pairs and as part of a group but there will be no role play. All art materials will be provided. Participants are advised to wear comfortable clothing as they will be moving around.

Currently we do not have any of these training courses in our training calendar, but for further information and to register your interest in this training, email:enquiries@rctn.org.uk

Bespoke in-house training can also be arranged. Contact us for details.

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