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Two British Association of Art Therapists Courses coming up in 2015.New Course Compassion Positive Emotion And Art Therapy

posted 1 Feb 2015, 11:54 by Lynne Francis

 Mindfulness and Art Therapy Saturday the 18th & Sunday the 19th of April 2015

10am until 4.30pm. Location:Studio Upstairs, Units 1 & 2 Albion Dockside Estate, Hanover Place, Bristol, BS1 6UT

This two day course will provide an introduction to therapies that focus on the development of positive emotions such as compassion focused therapies and positive psychology.

It will look at how these new approaches can inform our work. It will give an experiential understanding of types of meditations and art making activities that can help develop positive emotions and ways of working with afflictive emotion and difficulties, It will also look at how art-making can make positive emotion more accessible for those who find it difficult. It will include discussion of issues in relation to practice and current research. This course is suitable for art therapists and to other professionals that work in the health and education sector. It would provide further development for those who have already done a mindfulness and art therapy course but is also suitable for others and those with no experience of meditation or art making

Art Therapy Compassion and Positive Emotion. Saturday the 6th & Sunday the 7th of June 2015.

 10am until 4.30pm. Location:Studio Upstairs, Units 1 & 2 Albion Dockside Estate, Hanover Place, Bristol, BS1 6UT

On this two day course you will be introduced to therapies that focus on the development of positive emotions, such as compassion focused therapies and positive psychology. Discussion will be drawn from both practice and current research.

 You will gain an experiential understanding of types of meditations and art making activities that can help develop positive emotions and ways of working with afflictive emotion and difficulties. You will also look at how art-making can make positive emotion more accessible for those who find it difficult.

 This course is suitable for art therapists and other professionals that work in the health and education sector and would provide further development for those that have already done a mindfulness and and therapy course. It is also suitable for those with no experience of meditation or art making.

For Further information  or to book  on line :http://www.baat.org/Courses-Conferences/CPD-Courses

 Or contact British Association of Art Therapists.24-27 White Lion Street, London, N1 9PD 

Tel: 020 7686 4216  Fax: 020 7837 7945 email: info@baat.org



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