‘It is Only in Being Creative that the Individual discovers the Self” W. Winnicott
ART THERAPY WORKSHOP – NARRATIVE COLLAGE EVENING
When: Thursday 31st January 6 – 7.30 pm
Where: BodyMatters, Shop 3 / 114 – 116 Cabramatta Road Cremorne NSW 2090
Interested in booking? Book here!
In this workshop you are invited to explore creatively using Art Therapy collage techniques to re-address our relationship to our bodies, and to the stories we tell ourselves.
This workshop will provide a safe and nurturing space to allow you to explore your own needs as the New Year begins, and your relationship to your body creatively, with the guidance of two experienced facilitators.
No prior art experience is necessary, you will be provided with all of the tools and imagery to create your own collage card to take home at the end of the workshop which can be used as a tool in healing and in reclaiming your story.
If you have ever been curious about art therapy or exploring body issues in a new & creative way this workshop is for you.
CONFIRMATION OF YOUR PLACE
We have a maximum of ten-twelve people sit in our circles facilitated by two therapists to ensure we can hold a safe nurturing space for all who attend.
The workshop will be confirmed one week before the workshop date so please book in early here to ensure the workshop can go ahead.
Elise is a certified art therapist and the founder of Live Softly. Elise runs weekly art therapy groups for people with eating disorders in addition to her own private practice and has seen first hand the benefits and insight art therapy can bring to these clients. You can read more about Elise and her art therapy approach at www.eliseslater.com
Elyse is a provisional psychologist who is completing a placement at BodyMatters as part of a Master of Professional Psychology at Macquarie University. Elyse is passionate about helping individuals with eating disorders and body image difficulties and has experience co-facilitating support groups with Eating Disorders Victoria. Elyse is also passionate about helping children and adolescents to develop a healthy body image and self-esteem, and promoting a culture of positive body image.
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