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The Bigger Picture

The Bigger Picture (2010)



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Professional development of artists and art therapists working in the wellbeing and mental health sectors

ENDORSED BY THE ARTS COUNCIL ENGLAND

"Artists are working in complex and varied settings, often across disciplines and with a diverse range of people.   A lack of ethical frameworks and appropriate training for creative practitioners can lead to dilemmas in their practice.  This course helps practitioners build knowledge and confidence in dealing with challenging issues that may arise.  Of particular interest is the focus on wellbeing and positive psychology, two relatively new disciplines.   This course is a must for emerging artists or those wishing to update their skills."

Karen Taylor, Be Creative Be Well Programme Manager,
Arts Council England

Module dates: (each module can stand alone)

Module 1 –The Context

Module 2 –1st & 2nd July –The Practice

Module 3 –15th & 16th July – Duty of Care

Delivery Team:

BAAT and Trust Art Project (TAP) with London Arts in Health Forum  & EMERGENCE
Convenors: Belinda Sosinowicz, Damian Hebron, Neil Springham, Bobby Lloyd, Dr Joanna Gore

 

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