Exploring the Therapeutic Benefits of Clay to Develop Resilience

21/09/2024

9:00 am

- 4:00 pm

EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book this course before 01/07/2024 to receive an early bird discount rate of £85, rather then the full cost of £98.

Suitable for:

In-person

£98

Availability: 17 Seats Available

About the course

Clay is a very powerful malleable resource within therapy and counselling which can bring about a transformative effect within the psyche. Working with Clay offers non-verbal channels for self-expression and self awareness through the tactile sensory experience of being with clay. Eileen had the privilege of undertaking research offering clay to children who presented with Oppositional Defiant Behaviours, the outcome of engaging with clay for each child was phenomenal.
This workshop offers participants theoretical and experiential learning using the media of clay.

Bring your own lunch. Morning and afternoon refreshments will be provided.

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Eileen Braham, MA

Eileen has worked with children and families for over 28 years. Her professional background began in Early Years Care and Education with a specialist interest in child development and attachment theory, which supported her work with children and families who witnessed and experienced trauma.

Eileen began Play Therapy Training in 2006. During this time she was a Manager and Clinical Lead at a Children’s Centre. Eileen’s Play Therapy specialism was working mostly with children who had experienced complex trauma. Eileen is a Clinical Supervisor and Creative Arts Counsellor for Children and Young People.

Her interest developed undertaking further training in Systemic Family and Organisational Therapy, Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy, Parenting Trainer and Adult Education. Eileen not only teaches in the UK, but is also an International Speaker and Lecturer.

This in an in person course. It course will take place at Eastry Village hall, High Street Eastry, CT13 0HE.

  • Understand and evaluate the therapeutic benefits of working with clay too.
  • Apply theoretical understanding to the process of using clay to support unconscious self-expression.

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