Bringing Shame out into the Open
- Date 22 January 2018
Led by Marion Green
14 & 15 July 2018, 10am – 4pm,
What is the role and impact of shame and how do we try to mask it? How is it used in different societies? Can it shape a life or a nation? Is there such a phenomenon as intergenerational shame? How does shame appear in the dynamic in the therapy room? How does it shape the relationship between client and therapist and how can we work with it to enable the authentic self to emerge?
We will use art materials, masks, words and movement over the weekend. No artistic experience is necessary. This course is designed for therapeutic practitioners.
CPD Certificate Available
Marion Green: HCPC Registered Art Psychotherapist and Social Worker. Marion’s art therapy practise and experience has been in prisons, NHS, with sex workers, traumatised adolescents, the chronically sick and dying, veterans; in adult acute and intensive psychiatric care and with offenders in the community.
Venue: The Course will take place at
Tobias School of Art and Therapy
Coombe Hill Road
Tel: +44 (0)1342 313655
To book on this course please email firstname.lastname@example.org
A £60 non-refundable deposit per course is required with this booking.
Accommodation can be booked From £70 per week /£15 per night or participants may camp in their own tent for £35 per week.
Registration for all courses commences half hour prior to the start of the course.
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