By Emma Louise – Tuesday Tues 30 April 2019
Looking at the origins and practice of Natalie Rogers’ Creative Connection Theory we will explore the fundamentals of Expressive Arts Therapy, how this approach differs from talking therapy in its invitation to explore and express in what are often new and unfamiliar ways and what it can offer us as practitioners for our own self care and personal growth.
As counsellors we know that the held, explorative space we create with and for our clients can facilitate profound therapeutic change, understanding and healing. In finding a space that nurtures our own organic self expression with the same essential core conditions and connective depth the potential for our personal and transpersonal relationships can be explored and en-riched in deeply meaningful ways.
With a focus on the essential nature of expression and creativity originating from our core selves you will be invited to participate during the evening, as much or as little as is comfortable for you in a brief experiential session with a discussion following.