6pm-8pm on each date: 8th, 15th & 22 October 2015
£80 for all three sessions (6 hours, CPD Certified)
3 experiential art therapy workshops for personal and professional development.
In October 2015 we continue our series of ‘A to Z of Emotion’ workshops facilitated by Lyn French*, art therapist and psychoanalytic psychotherapist, exploring common feelings from M to O. The workshops will include a psychoanalytically informed ‘hands on’ exploration of key emotions and art exercises. For those working in the field, these can be adapted for use in group or individual sessions with any age group.
Emotions ‘M to O’
Thursday evenings 6-8 pm at Iniva, Rivington Place
Cost: £80 for series of 3 sessions (includes workshop packs & discount on our Emotional Learning Card range)
CPD Value: 6 hours (CPD Certificates issued at the end of the series)
8 October Exploring M for mixed up feelings & the opposite, feeling settled inside
15 October Exploring N for negative thinking & its opposite, optimism
22 October Exploring O for overwhelmed & its opposite feelings of coping
Participants will be given handouts including suggestions for practical activities and discussion points to take away linked to our Emotional Learning Cards. Sets can be purchased at a discount during the series.
Places are limited so early booking via Eventbrite is advised:
For more information on the Emotional Learning Cards visit Iniva Creative Learning or email email@example.com.
*Lyn French, A Space Director and art therapist and psychoanalytic psychotherapist (HPCP, UKCP, BACP), has over 15 years experience in delivering and supervising school-based therapy provision with previous experience in NHS psychiatric services. She has co-edited two books: Therapeutic Practice in Schools, Vol 1: Working with the Child Within (Routledge, 2012) and Therapeutic Practice in Schools, Vol 2: The Contemporary Adolescent (Routledge; September 2014) and is on the staff team of the MSc in Counselling and Psychotherapy with Children and Adolescents at Birkbeck College, University of London. She has worked with Iniva to create the Emotional Learning Cards. Follow her blog on www.inivacreativelearning.org. Visit www.aspaceinhackney.org for information on A Space.