Goldsmiths, University of London
Finding Spaces, Making Places: Exploring social and cultural space in contemporary Art Therapy practice.
Wednesday 13-Saturday 16 April 2016
New Cross, London SE 14 6NW, UK
This conference continues the exploration of contemporary art therapy practice initiated in our first conference here at Goldsmiths in 2013. Art therapists are of necessity engaged in making spaces, creating both physical and imagined spaces. Finding places relates to both the physical setting and the place of the art therapist in organisations where they work. We are wanting delegates to bring their own questions and insights in relation to space in art therapy to the conference, finding a place there for discussion and exploration, in workshops and in paper and panel presentations.
We will be making further announcements soon in relation to Keynote Speakers and morning Panel presenters. We shall also send out announcements in relation to our programme, and a call for afternoon papers. In the meantime we suggest a visit to ATOL Art Therapy OnLine Vol 5 Issue 1 to explore the work of our previous conference. Go to - http://journals.gold.ac.uk/atol/backissues.html#6
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Please find further information about this upcoming Conference on our link: http://www.gold.ac.uk/stacs/art-therapy-conference-2016/
British Association for Music Therapy
BAMT CONFERENCE 2016
Re-Visioning our Voice: Resourcing music therapy for contemporary needs
April 2016, Glasgow
The Summer School information is available here: August 9th -13th 2016 : http://www.roehampton.ac.uk/Short-Courses-Futures/Psychology-Short-Courses/Arts-and-Play-Therapies-Summer-Schools-2016/
Foundation Course October 29th 2016 – March 25th 2017 (Link available shortly).
‘Embodying Social Justice’- Contemporary Perspectives across the Arts and Psychological Therapies.
10th June 2016 – 11th June 2016
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The University of Hertfordshire
offers doctoral programmes (3 years full time, 4-5 years part time) in dance movement psychotherapy to national and international students with relevant maters level qualifications. European students pay the same fees as UK based students. There have been in excess of 7 doctorates in DMP awarded by this University with principal supervisor Professor Helen Payne, the first was in 1997. All these successful candidates have gone on to further their careers in practice, training and education in higher education, or in post-doctoral research in higher education.
If you are interested in applying or to hear more please contract Professor Payne directly on H.L.Payne@herts.ac.uk
Laban Movement Studies
February, August, October 2016
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EDGE HILL UNIVERSITY
Kestenberg Movement Profile Level I Certification Training
The First Certification Training in the UK, at Edge Hill University!
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Professor Susan Loman, world leading scholar on this system and Professor at Antioch University, USA and
Melanie Johnson, experienced KMP analyst, expressive therapies PhD student at Lesley University, and an outpatient psychotherapist and dance movement therapist in Boston, USA.
• Module 2: 9-12 April 2016
• Module 3: 18-21 June 2016
The arts for wellbeing working group at Edge Hill University is continuing with this year's public lectures and intensive workshops with invitations from internationally renown people such as:
Professor Susan Loman, Antioch University, US
Professor Helen Payne, University of Hertfordshire
Professor Andrew Samuels, University of Essex
Professor Raymond MacDonald, Edinburgh University
Workshops will include engagement in embodiment tools, developmental movement and somatic practice.
Note that all the public lectures are free of charge while the intensive workshops are free for dance movement psychotherapy students.
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