Our training days and accredited vocational courses are staffed by the most eminent trainers from here and abroad, carefully chosen for their ability to enable participants to feel deeply enthused and involved. The trainers have published widely, many with ground-breaking books. Many have acted as consultants to key organisations and governing bodies.
'Enabling Children to Speak About Feelings Through the Arts'
These days are designed to enable anyone working with or living with children to help them speak about feelings through the arts and to know how to respond when they do. Children’s primary language for feelings is not one of literal everyday words; however, enter the realm of image and metaphor, and given the right art media, they often speak profoundly and with ease. By and large, these training days will be structured with case material in the morning, demonstrating how children and teenagers have been enabled to speak about their feelings through a particular art form. In the afternoon there will be time for participants to experience for themselves the communicative power of the art form. Participants will take away a host of safe tools and techniques.
For 'Arts Skills' days: please refer to the list below.
To download a booking form please follow the link: booking form
1. Book and pay online
2. Credit/Debit card payments by telephone Please telephone 020 7354 2913 to make a booking
3. Invoicing Invoices can be issued on receipt of a completed and signed booking form. No tickets or confirmation will be issued until payment of invoices are received in full. It is the responsibility of the delegate to ensure payment is made prior to attendance of the event.
4. Cheques Please make cheques payable to ‘The Centre for Child Mental Health’ and send to: The Centre for Child Mental Health, 2-18 Britannia Row, Islington, London N1 8PA
Conference Days cost £174.00 (all include a complementary buffet lunch). Training Days cost £150.00 (lunch not included) Half Day lectures cost £75 Courses please see individual course information