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Enabling Children to Speak About Feelings Through Art and Clay

Enabling Children to Speak About Feelings Through Art and Clay

About this training

This day will be an introduction and exploration in enabling children and young people to communicate their feelings through the medium of art, images and through clay. The day will include case examples of working therapeutically with art and clay, and experiential workshops. The day aims to support the participant to gain confidence in enabling a child or young person to speak about their feelings through these powerful art forms.


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Trainer: Sarah Marx


Sarah initially trained as a Psychodynamic and Cognitive Analytic Psychotherapist, Supervisor and MBCT / MBSR group facilitator. She has worked with individual adults and groups across various settings including the NHS, Charities, University counselling services and in Private Practice. Sarah then trained as an Integrative Child Psychotherapist at The Institute of Arts and Therapy in Education (IATE) and worked at a primary school, providing therapy for children and their families, delivering staff wellbeing groups and mindfulness drop-in sessions. Sarah now specialises in working in a neurosequential, trauma-informed way with adoptive families at Beacon House Therapeutic Service and Trauma Team.

Sarah is passionate about the need for trauma-informed education so that all children can have access to a safe and supportive school environment that positively promotes mental wellbeing and inclusion. She is a trained trainer and home group tutor for Trauma Informed Schools UK and is also a tutor on the PG Certificate / Advanced Diploma at IATE, and a marker / assessor on the Child MA course. Sarah is UKCP and BACP registered.

Event Information

Event Date 07-01-2023 10:00 am
Event End Date 07-01-2023 5:00 pm
Individual Price £99 + Eventbrite booking fee
Location CCMH
Categories Training Days

Company Information

Company Registration 11457893
Palladium House, 1-4 Argyll Street,
London, United Kingdom, W1F 7LD