Art Therapy Taster
Have you ever wondered what art therapy is and how it works?
This one-day workshop provides a taster of art therapy processes. Focusing on your own art-practice, you will experience the potential of art-making as a tool for personal growth, connectedness and self-awareness.
Humanities, Level 2, Room 223, Bundoora Campus.*|
This short course will be offered in-person if restrictions allow, as well as online via Zoom.
|Time||10:00 am to 4:00 pm|
|Registrations close||Register your interest now|
|Register your interest nowPrerequisite/s||There are no prerequisites for this course|
|Certification||A Certificate of Completion will be obtained that may go towards 6 hours of professional development.|
|Fee/s||$320 inc. GST|
* In the case that COVID-19 related restrictions inhibit the ability to offer this course face-to-face, this workshop will be delivered online via Zoom
Have you ever wondered what art therapy is and how it works? This one-day workshop provides a 'taster' experience of art therapy processes. Focusing on your own art-practice, you will experience the potential of art-making as a tool for personal growth, connectedness and self-awareness. You will also have the opportunity to ask questions about art therapy processes and how art therapy may apply in various health settings.
Extend your knowledge with the two-day Introduction to Art Therapy workshop which offers a more in-depth experience of art therapy theory and processes (no pre-requisites required). Both one and two-day courses suit people from varied backgrounds and professional practice, including prospective students of the Master of Art Therapy.
Caryn Griffin is a sessional lecturer for the Master of Art Therapy program at La Trobe University. Caryn has worked as an art therapist for a range of community organisations that support the mental health of children, adolescents, adults, and families. She currently works at a non-for-profit cancer support network that promotes coping and self-expression of children living with cancer. In addition to her clinical work, Caryn has conducted art therapy research during a Master of Applied Science degree that investigated the use of art therapy to support the ongoing recovery of adults with eating disorders at the Royal Melbourne Hospital. Caryn has coordinated the art therapy, counselling and supervision short courses at La Trobe University since 2017. She is also a practicing artist.
Art Therapy Short Course Coordinator
This program is subject to minimum enrolment numbers. A refund will be provided if the program is cancelled.