Te Pou o te Whakaaro Nui (Te Pou), Auckland University of Technology (AUT) and the University of Auckland invite you to the first Making a difference: mental health research symposium.
Te Pou o te Whakaaro Nui is dedicated to growing great trainers. We have revised our HoNOS Family of Measures training package into a two day comprehensive training
This workshop is now full. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to go on the waiting list
The 4 day course is designed for those who have completed the Certificate in Therapeutic Play Skills or equivalent and have at least 100 hours supervised clinical experience of working with children using non-directive play. It provides an opportunity for participants to extend their practice to working with parents, carers and families as well as the children. It is recognised by Leeds Beckett University (UK) as a Post Qualifying course.
The course is designed for those who have at least 300 hours of experience of working with children or adolescents using play or creative art therapy as well as experienced, accredited counselors and professionals. Participants can come from any theoretical background or clinical setting. The course is designed to give an in-depth knowledge and understanding of general supervision principles applicable for clinical practitioners and how to use the creative arts to facilitate this process.
Learn to communicate therapeutically with children who have a wide range of emotional and behaviour problems using : painting and drawing, music, sand play worlds, clay and puppets.