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ENABLING CHILDREN AND TEENAGERS TO SPEAK ABOUT FEELINGS THROUGH DRAMA AND MASKS

Title:
ENABLING CHILDREN AND TEENAGERS TO SPEAK ABOUT FEELINGS THROUGH DRAMA AND MASKS
Course Cost:
£165.00
When:
October 17, 2020 10:00 am until October 17, 2020 5:00 pm
Where:

CCMH, 2-18 Britannia Row, London N1 8PA, UK

Category:
Postponed Events

ENABLING CHILDREN AND TEENAGERS TO SPEAK ABOUT FEELINGS THROUGH DRAMA AND MASKS

POSTPONED EVENT

Due to COVID-19 we unable to hold on-site events until further notice.
For bookings and further information please email: info@childmentalhealthcentre.org 
or telephone 020 7354 2913


 

"Thank you so much, really enjoyed every aspect. Sophia made me feel at ease with activities - I've definitely learnt a lot... Sophia made sure all our experiential activities were relational to use in our workplaces and we were able to understand how to use the arts... I love the hands on aspects, fantastic day." 

(previous delegates attending training with Sophia Condaris)


About the training day

This will be an experiential day introducing the use of drama and masks in helping children and adolescents to explore their feelings and try out different ways of being (rehearsal of the possible). Participants will have the chance to experience the potency of enactment to bring about communication and change. The day will include examples of case material and will give the opportunity for people to share and think about the potential of using drama and mask work in their situations.


Trainer: Sophia Condaris

Sophia is a Dramatherapist and an Integrative Arts Psychotherapist. She has worked in a variety of clinical settings spending many years working in psychiatry in the NHS. She currently works at Family Futures, which is an adoption support agency, with children who are adopted and their families. Sophia has been a trainer on various training courses including the Institute for Arts in Therapy and Education in several capacities. She has a particular interest in the therapeutic application of story in therapy including traditional tales and personal narrative.

 

Venue

CCMH, 2-18 Britannia Row, London N1 8PA, UK