The Easter Intensive is also the first step of a furher training in Art Therapy. It is in itself a “Foundation Course in art therapy quite like the one you might find in other countries where art therapy as a profession is officially regulated.

The teachers of Easter Intensive are also teachers of the Master in Art Therapy, art therapists working as clinitians in different institutions, all of them members of the ATe (Spanish Professional Association of Art Therapists).

OBJECTIVES

– To get to know the theoretical and practical bases of Art Therapy
– You will learn the difference between art as a therapy and art therap
– To have a unique experience of creativity and personal development
– To get to know the reality of the professional situation of the Art Therapist
– To explore specific applications of Art Therapy
– To get to know the methodology used in the training of art therapists

ADDRESSED TO

It is addressed to anyone interested in art therapy, whether to people who may enroll in a further training or professionals from many areas (Fine Arts, Healthcare, Teaching, Social Work …) who want to have an approach to Art Therapy as a complement to their training and experience.

ACCREDITATIONS

The Easter Intensive is the equivalent of a “Foundation Course in Art Therapy”, so that the credits compute for further complete training in Art Therapy. At the end of the course, students get a certificate specifying the credits completed.

DESCRIPTION


The Easter Intensive is composed of two complementary sections: theoretical and experiential classes.

The theoretical includes several talks of introduction to art therapy, two case presentations plus a final questions and answers meeting.

The experiential consists of four sessions of an art therapy training group plus two role play sessions where different applications of art therapy are presented.

TIMING

Easter Intensive is a full time intensive course starting on the 15th of April 2019 and ending three days later on the 17th. Classes start at 9’00 AM and end at 17’15 AM. with two breaks in between.

TOPICS


– AT and arts in health
– working dreams in AT
– history of AT
– AT in the world now
– the training in AT
– fields of application of AT
– criteria for referral to AT
– curiosity and imagination in AT
– process & image in AT
– therapeutic factors of AT