Explore a Career in Art Therapy:
AN OPPORTUNITY TO FIND OUT ABOUT DIFFERENT WAYS OF WORKING IN ART THERAPY
Join Sarah Robinson from Art Refuge UK for an opportunity to find out about different ways of working in art therapy from the individual in the art therapy studio, to more innovative forms of art therapy in places such as refugee camps. Through these case studies, an experiential and discussion, Sarah will describe the challenging but fascinating work of the art therapist and how to get started on your career path.
What will I take away from this short course?
• An understanding of different settings for arts workshops
• Tools to deliver efficient and effective sessions
• Core skills for being an engaging arts facilitator
About the Facilitator
Sarah Robinson qualified as an art therapist in 2011 and volunteered for Art Refuge UK in the Tibetan Transit Centres in Nepal and India. Since then, Sarah has been working in the fields of displacement caused by both manmade and natural disasters, and has also been working with children and young people in mainstream and specialist education settings.
Who is the course for?
Anyone considering embarking upon a qualifying course in art therapy or simply interested in finding out more about a career in the field.
What will the short course cover?
• From art therapy to community arts: thinking about career options
• Presentation of a clinical individual case study
• A visual exploration of the group work carried out by Art Refuge UK in the refugee camps in northern France
• A lighthearted experiential
• Time for questions and answers
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