Phone: 0411 209 802
Mail: 14 Catherine St, Glebe, NSW, 2037
Burwood RSL, 96 Shaftesbury Rd, Burwood NSW
Well for Life, 2/35 Hume St, Crows Nest NSW
Kakadu Room, 110 Bourke Road, Alexandria NSW
WellSpring Centre - 10 Y Street, Ashburton VIC
Centre for Theology and Ministry - 29 College Crescent, Parkville VIC
It is only in being creative that the individual discovers the Self.
Engage and inspire young people to action. Learn uses of art, music and drama therapies to involve 10-25 year old clients in individual and group based counselling and give them tools to express themselves comfortably, gain self awareness and skills for change.
Young people can sometimes be challenging to engage in therapy. A variety of evidence-based creative interventions for counselling young people can help in building trusting therapeutic relationships and assist young people to gain insight and move toward change. Based on published efficacy studies and the presenter's own twenty years of experience with young people, case illustrations will be examined. Consideration will be given to the types of creative media relevant for different ages, genders and issues being addressed. Through training in expressive arts, music and game techniques, you will gain understanding about and skills in working therapeutically in creative therapy with young people.
The focus of the workshop will be an experiential and practical introduction to a range of creative therapeutic methods including therapeutic games, music, art, guided imagery, collage and cards to engage and work with young people in counselling. It will address the fundamental theoretical and methodological concepts in the practice of creative therapies with young people, the evidence base supporting it and a review of relevant developmental principles. This workshop offers you experience with creative media through which to engage and therapeutically work with young people (aged 10 - 25) including the uses of therapeutic games and card sets, collage and other art exercises and music as therapy and more.
3 - 4 April 2018
Psychologists, school counsellors, social workers, counsellors, case workers, child and family workers youth workers, mental health and pastoral workers, other allied health professionals and students of these disciplines who are currently working or intend to work with young people aged between 10-25. No artistic experience or skill is necessary. Provisional psychologists can attend at student rates.
Jacki Short - Counselling Psychologist, Registered Play Therapist
Burwood RSL, 96 Shaftesbury Rd, Burwood. Free onsite parking and walking distance to trains and buses.
Included in the workshop price:
Regular Price $660
Early Bird $630 (paid 2 months prior to workshop)
Student Price $560
Student Early Bird $530 (paid 2 months prior to workshop)
Send us an email requesting an invoice via the contact page with your name, the dates and name of course/courses you'd like to do and the name of your organisation who you want us to invoice and we will send you an organisational invoice and a registration form.
The training workshop was..
√..practical in emphasis with constant integration of theory and practice. I loved the opportunity to actually engage in the experience of participating in and reflecting on the activities.
√..truly, honestly so so wonderful. It was not only professionally very valuable but personally nurturing, insightful, revealing, reflective and self-fulfilling. Thank you so much. What a gift.
√..wonderful. I was sad when it was over. I could have done another 2 days. Great experience.
√..an opportunity to test out the activities and understand how you might utilize them with clients. This course was lived/experiential learning.
√.. Let me just start by saying again how much I enjoyed the Creative Therapies for Young People training! I walked away from our two days feeling inspired and really excited to expand my knowledge and practices by incorporating some more creative interventions.
√...The changes I have made to my practice have really allowed the young people I work with to develop meaning, understand their emotional processes and to make links between past and present experiences.