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This course is open to qualified Art Therapists and Art Therapy Trainees. Participants will gain knowledge about the basis of the methods and theories of memory drawing, which aids individuals in better memorising various facts related to their coursework learning. Memory drawing also facilitates processing of emotions in the same way as the art-making process […]
This course is intended for qualified art therapists, art therapy students and other qualified creative therapists from around the world. Through art making, sharing, supervision, discussions, reading, studying and lectures the participants will gain knowledge about methods and theories of art educational therapy which includes application of writing-images and memory-drawing. The course if for those […]
Course given in Italy
Dr. Unnur Ottarsdottir will teach the course Art Therapy and Education at Art Therapy Italiana in Milan, Italy 16-18 October, 2020. The course is intended for art therapists who work in schools. Further information is provided through email: email@example.com and by phone: +39 (0) 51 644 04 51. The maximum number of participants is 15.
Dr Unnur Ottarsdottir, art therapist, teacher and artist, gives lectures on “Processing Emotions and Memorising Coursework through Memory Drawing”, in which research findings about drawing and memory will be introduced. The lecture is open to everyone interested.
The course is open for art therapists who would like to integrate memory drawing into art therapy through: understanding the emotional process included in memory drawing and integrating memory drawing into the art making within art therapy
The course is open for therapists who would like to facilitate emotional well-being for their clients through: integrating art making into their therapeutic practice and understanding the emotional process included in the art-making and coursework learning.
The course is for educational professionals who would like to facilitate coursework learning and emotional well-being of their students through: understanding the emotional process included in the art-making and integrating to a larger extent art making into their students’ coursework learning.