The use of altered book making with clients - a creative therapeutic approach
|Date:||1st Nov 2019|
Early bird: $280
This one day workshop will enable social workers to creatively experience the process of making an altered book and understand the benefits and uses of facilitating this process with clients. Altered book making can provide clients with a new means of expression, an opportunity to change perspective and a way to explore difficult emotions and experiences. The workshop will equip social workers with experience, skills and confidence to adapt this process into their own work environment. No art experience is necessary.
- Learn the reasons and benefits of using altered books with clients
- Experience and develop creative techniques for working with clients
- Understand how to work with individuals and groups and when not to use the process
- Explore ideas for use with different client types
- Develop ideas for adapting to your own clients and work context
Anne Buckingham is a registered Art Therapist, counsellor and supervisor (ANZACATA and ACA), with Masters degrees in Art therapy and Learning and Development and a BSc in Psychology. She has experience working with many different client populations of all ages, presenting with a variety of mental health concerns, both in groups and individually. She currently works in private practice and is a sessional tutor at Western Sydney University in the School of Social Sciences and Psychology. Anne brings evidence based practice, creative approaches and experiential learning to her professional development workshops.
Location and date
Gallery Lane Cove and Creative Studios
164 Longueville Road
Sydney, NSW 2066
1 November 2019
Early bird (2 months prior to event): $280