This exciting 60 hour programme has been described "as unique and pioneering in Ireland" and commences 08th March 2013.
The programme consists of two modules delivered consecutively.
These modules take place at ICPPD in Athlone over 10 days, on Friday (2), Saturday and Sundays, 10am-5pm.
Christine Moran, M.A. (Hol. Dev. Past. Min.), M.N.A.P.CP., M.I.A.C.P., Accredited Supervisor. Expressive Arts Therapist, Author.
Pauline Macey, M.Sc. (Family), Dip ADT, Dip Fine Art, Dip Colour Therapy, (I.T.E.C.), M.N.A.P.C.P., M.I.A.C.P, Accredited Supervisor.
Both facilitators trained in Person Centred Expressive Arts with Natalie Rogers (daughter of Carl Rogers).
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Christine and Natalie Rogers
Extract from a previous participant’s review -
“Throughout the 6 weekends of the Expressive Arts Programme at ICPPD Athlone I always felt the work I did came from me and in no way was dictated by or directed by either Pauline or Christine, I was guided and supported by them and that was really important to me. As a result my art, and that of all the other 9 participants, was original, authentic and was always respected.
Over the following weekends we painted, sculpted, moved, danced, wrote, cried, laughed, let all our sounds out and great discussions took place and work was done as trust was built in the group. This was not just a verbal form of expression or a discussion of what the theory of expressive arts is about no, it was an experience of getting down and doing the work ourselves, it was a way of showing us up close how to bring this to our clients.
After each piece of work the group came together and each person shared what the picture or piece that they had completed meant to them.”
- Mitzie Murphy Counsellor/Psychotherapist.