Introduction to Art Therapy
This two-day workshop offers a more in-depth version of the one-day taster workshop.
Through an applied focus on your art-practice, you'll gain an understanding of how art enriches and facilitates working with others in many community and healthcare settings.
|Location||Thomas Cherry Building Level 4, Room 403, Bundoora Campus|
|Date/s||To be advised in 2021|
|Time||10:00 am to 4:00 pm|
|Prerequisite/s||There are no prerequisites for this course|
|Certification||A Certificate of Completion will be obtained that may go towards 10 hours of professional development.|
|Fee/s||$475 inc. GST (subject to change)|
The workshop uses individual, paired and group work to guide you through a gentle and mindful exploration of diverse art materials and processes. You'll create, reflect and explore personal meaning, and also experience the potential of art-making as a tool for personal growth, connectedness and self-awareness.
The workshop is suitable for a wide range of backgrounds and professional practitioners, including prospective students of the Master of Art Therapy.
Zeb Brierley has a Master of Art Therapy and a Graduate Diploma in Counselling and Human Services. She has been a practicing Art Therapist/Counsellor for 20 years, working with a diverse range of populations. Zeb has taught in the Master of Art Therapy and the short course program at La Trobe University.
Art Therapy Short Course Coordinator