Learn key skills’ in using creativity in trauma work with children, adolescents and adults in a small supportive group led by one of the UK’s top trainers, Jill Carter
Saturday and Sunday 2nd and 3rd March 2019
10-5pm both days
Early Bird Special offer £250 valid till 20 January 2019 (then £300)
On Route Health, 44-46 South Ealing Road, Ealing, London W5 4QA
2 mins from South Ealing tube – very close to Heathrow Airport and 30 minutes from central London.
There is a vegan restaurant on site and good coffees and home made cake.
This course is for you if:
- You are a counsellor, psychotherapist, clinical psychologist, play therapist, wellbeing or mental health practitioner.
- You are a professional, student or volunteer in an educational /mental health setting, e.g. school, nursery, SEN or CAMHS.
- You already work in the trauma field and are curious about creativity
- You want to understand and integrate trauma models into your work
Benefits of this course:
- Clear explanation trauma theories and practical skills in sandplay, art, music and movement
- Advice on getting started in schools, counselling centres and in private practice e.g. what equipment to use
- Tips on encouraging clients of all ages to try creativity
- Experience creative trauma work by doing it ourselves in a friendly community
- Research-based ways of encouraging schools and other services to fund trauma work
Jill Carter has been teaching and supervising sandplay and art for 15 years. She is a Child, Adolescent Family and Adult UKCP and BACP Psychotherapist and Registered Training Supervisor. She is the developer of trauma-informed sandplay®
The cost of the course is £250 before January 20th and £300 after that. Payable at the time of booking.
The course will give you:
- All courses are certified and can be used for BACP/UKCP Continuing Personal Development
- The Introduction will give you all the skills you need to confidently use creative media in trauma work
- And the confidence to do the Certificate in Working Creatively with Trauma™.
Support and Community:
- Closed online groups, webinars, podcasts and videos.
- Group supervision days in Colchester and Ealing
What to do next:
I was impressed and inspired by Jill’s professionalism, her excellent handouts, her encyclopedic knowledge but most of all the personal qualities that she brings, such generosity of spirit and warmth of heart. The pace is gentle yet firm, her holding of the space exceptional and after experiencing Psychotherapy training in other institutions I would rate Jill’s approach as masterful and highly competent. The handouts are eloquent and erudite, the symbol collection second to none and the opportunity to learn experiential as well as via lectures deeply effective and in my case, life changing.