Creative Tools to add to your Therapeutic Toolbox
10:00am - 4:00pm
NW Counselling Hub, Unit 10, Allenby Business Park, Crofton Road Lincoln LN3 4NL
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A 100% experiential day from the moment the course begins! Discover why working creatively works for you and your clients.
The day will incorporate:
How creative are you?
A range of creative exercise to use with clients (and to learn about self!)
Working with resistance to creativity and breaking down barriers
You will gain an understanding what working creatively feel like for your clients. Plus, you will learn so much about yourself that your own creativity on the day (or lack of!) will reveal. This workshop provides a fun and informative way of working creatively, aiding your professional and personal development, and adding tools to your therapeutic toolbox.
Sarah Barker is a BACP Accredited Counsellor and Supervisor, with over 20 years’ experience as a counsellor and trainer, underpinned with an MSc in Counselling, BSc Hons in Social Psychology and a Certificate in Person-Centred Art Therapy Skills. She also qualified as an EMDR and Mindfulness practitioner and integrates these into her work.
Sarah led Hull College’s counselling service for 14 years, served as a counsellor and trainer throughout the UK for CRUSE bereavement care for 7 years, counselled in a range of GP surgeries and now owns a successful private practice.
Throughout her career as a Humanistic Therapist and Supervisor, Sarah has focussed on using creative methods, recognising the depth of expression and opportunity for insight that working creatively can bring.
Lunch / Drinks
Please bring your own pack up lunch
If you wish NWCH to provide a buffet lunch (range of sandwiches, etc.) this will be an additional £7.50 – payable when booking your course.
For specific dietary requirements, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
NWCH will provide hot and cold drinks and biscuits at every course, at no additional cost
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