|Pattern of Delivery||18 x two hour evening classes plus two Saturdays|
|Start Date||28 October 2017|
|End Date||24 March 2018|
We have been running our highly successful Art Psychotherapy Foundation course for some years.
The general aim and intention of the course is to provide a broad outline and introduction to the subject of Art Psychotherapy. In particular to reflect the Jungian Analytical model as taught here at Roehampton. The course itself is highly 'experiential' in nature. However, we stress that it is not intended to provide 'therapy' as such to the participants.
Here at Roehampton we consider that Art Psychoherapy is one of the 'Psychological Therapies' and that other Psychological Therapies include disciplines such as Counselling, Psychology and Psychotherapy. We consider that Art Psychotherapy is a specialised form of Psychotherapy and that it is largely underpinned by Psychoanalytical theories. Our Foundation Course is largely underpinned and informed by theories and models from Jungian 'Analytical Psychology'.
These workshops will be limited in size (maximum of 20 students) and facilitated by a qualified and experienced state-registered art therapist.
Participants come from a variety of backgrounds and experiences including individuals wishing to prepare to apply for a qualifying Masters programme in Art Psychotherapy. Others complete the course as CPD and yet others are simply curious to learn about the topic.
We stress that completion of the Art Therapy Foundation Course does NOT imply that you can practice Art Therapy nor does successful completion of the Foundation Course guarantee a place on the qualifying Masters degree.
A programme of experiential workshops led by the course facilitators and seminars given by visiting Art Therapists from a wide range of fields. One full-day Induction (Saturday) and introductory workshop to begin the course to be held in October 2017 with weekly evening classes to follow; finishing with a full Plenary Day to close in March 2018.
Please contact Rachael Furminger for further details: 0208 392 3795 email@example.com
This timetable is provisional - dates and times may be subject to change.
|28 October||1000-1630||INDUCTION DAY|
|1 November||1900-2100||'The Unconscious'|
|8 November||1900-2100||'The Nature of Symbols as products of the Unconscious'|
|15 November||1900-2100||'Working with Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious'|
|22 November||1900-2100||'The Child Archetype'|
|29 November||1900-2100||'The Family Archetypes - Mother & Father'|
Case Study Presentation ‘Transference and Counter-transference’
|13 December||1900-2100||Review of images|
|10 January||1900-2100||Groups and Group Dynamics|
|17 January||1900-2100||Animus and Anima : The Female and Male Archetypes’|
|24 January||1900-2100||Case Study Presentation 'The Shadow Archetype'|
|31 January||1900-2100||'Trickster Archetype'|
SEMINAR: The profession of Art Psychotherapy, training & Qualifications
|14 February||1900-2100||'The use of Masks in Art Therapy'|
|21 February||1900-2100||'Introjects and Images'|
|28 February||1900-2100||'Art as Active Imagination'|
|7 March||1900-2100||Non-Directive Image Making|
|21 March||1900-2100||'Review of Images'|
|24 March||1000-1630||PLENARY DAY|
** Review of Images sessions follow each 'series' of workshops and allow for the whole 2 hours to be spent exploring selected images made by participants during that series.