- Art and creative ways of working are ideal for clients who struggle with words. Children in particular will be able to express emotions, process traumatic memories and improve their behaviour quite quickly
- Art can also help adolescent and adult clients express feelings in a safe, non-verbal way. All of our creative therapy courses are based on recent research and our own clinical case studies.
- Irene Dudley-Swarbrick PhD continues to offer face-to-face expressive arts trainings at the Tara Centre in Lancaster.
- These trainings introduce you to the gentle, non-directive, and respectful approach of Natalie Rogers’ Creative Connection™
- You’ll also discover how this links with later developments in expressive arts therapy and research
- Providing an evidence-based approach to developing your practice with expressive and creative arts therapy
If you are interested in face-to-face training with Irene, please email on email@example.com.