ANZATA is seeking a project officer to create supportive resources for registered arts therapists and promotional materials designed to educate healthcare providers and NDIS participants about the services registered art therapists can provide.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is currently rolling out Australia wide. Registered arts therapists are in an unprecedented position to be able to provide services to a larger community of people with disabilities and mental health issues who now have greater choice and control over the services they use. The process for applying for NDIS registration is complex and, during the implementation, continues to be in a constant state of change. It also varies from state to state.
We are looking for a project officer who is able to develop resources to meet the following needs:
• To facilitate arts therapists to assist in the process of NDIS registration by creating written guidelines and providing referral pathways.
• To assist with the development of an online database within the ANZATA website that lists arts therapists who are registered as NDIS providers.
• To create promotional material to promote the services arts therapists can offer NDIS participants.
• To eventually facilitate forums both online and offline for ANZATA members to access regarding findings of the project and NDIS pathways.
• To generally manage all issues and developments within this area, with the support of the Disability Sub-committee.
This is a time limited position of at least six months with an estimated engagement of twelve hours per week (negotiable). This position is self directed and reports to the ANZATA Disability Sub-committee and the ANZATA Executive Committee. Due to the localised nature of the NDIS, this position is only open to applicants who are based in Australia. It is not a requirement that the position be filled by an arts therapist, although this may be a desirable attribute.
Skills and experience required
• Excellent organisational and time management skills.
• Excellent communication skills, both on and offline.
• Previous experience with project management and/or private practice.
• Current understanding of NDIS policies and procedures or the ability to quickly develop this understanding.
• The ability to develop and distribute marketing materials and work with social media with the assistance of a graphic design consultant.
• An awareness of principles associated with ensuring print and web documents are broadly accessible, taking into consideration disability.
• Experience in the disability sector and/or within allied health.
• Experience writing policies or the ability to do so.
The person does not necessarily need to be an arts therapist but must have an awareness of the field and be willing to undertake research and consult widely.
Expression of Interest Art Therapist for the Mural Therapy Project in Long Bay Hospital
The Long Bay Hospital is a high secure hospital operating within a prison setting. It is governed by Corrective Services NSW who work together with the Justice Health and the Forensic Mental Health Network to employ medical, nursing and allied health staff to provide care for the patients within this setting. Patients present with a variety of health related problems manifested from physical and mental illness, cognitive impairment and the ageing process.
Recently the Long Bay Hospital received a grant of $5000 (incl. GST) to employ an Art Therapist on a sessional/contractual basis to co-produce up to three murals on canvas with the patients. This is the first opportunity that patients at Long Bay Hospital will have to work with an art therapist. The mural therapy project aims to provide an opportunity for patients within Long Bay Hospital to engage with an art therapist and create a mural which can be exhibited in several areas. It also aims to encourage patients to work together on a productive and meaningful activity, to improve psychological health and well-being, to create a more aesthetically pleasing space, and to measure the benefit of engaging in such a therapeutic activity. Potential areas of LBH for exhibition of the mural(s) include the women’s area in the mental health ward and the dialysis room in medical ward. The Art Therapist will be expected to engage with patients from the mental health and aged care wards to co-produce these murals.
Themes for the murals will be generated from the patients with the assistance of the art therapist. The art therapist will draw upon psychoanalytic and psychodynamic principles to create discussion and reflection upon people’s life experiences and their journey towards recovery (for example), which will then be expressed in artistic form on canvas and placed on selected walls. The Art Therapist is expected to create a safe and nurturing environment to facilitate the opportunity for patients to express feelings that may be difficult to verbalize, explore their imagination and creativity, develop healthy coping skills and focus, and improve their communication skills. An existing JH&FMHN staff member will be present during some sessions to co-facilitate.
The grant is expected to cover costs for:
• Materials – e.g. paint, canvas
• Installation of the murals
• 12-16 sessions for a duration of 2 hours per session (6-8 sessions per group)
• 3 x Clinical Supervision sessions with an Art Therapist (documented)
• Attendance at a local orientation session
• Evaluation report outlining the outcomes of the project
In your application please outline how you meet the selection criteria outlined below. You are also required to provide a project plan which identifies your goals for the project, examples of session outlines, and how you would evaluate the success of the project. The names and contact details of two referees will also be required.
• Qualifications in Masters (Art Therapy)
• Eligibility for professional registration with Australian and New Zealand Arts Therapy Association (ANZATA)
• Previous experience working in a mental health setting
• Willingness to engage in clinical supervision for the duration of the project
• General understanding of risk assessment and requirements of working within a secure setting
The closing date for this EOI is 26 May 2017
A panel will review the expressions of interest submitted. The successful applicant will be notified by email and expected to commence the project prior to 30 June 2017.
Lecturer in Counselling (Art Therapy)
School of Health Professions
• Fixed term , part time (15 Hours per week) until end of April 2019
• ACLEB| Salary range $92K to $109K pro-rata per annum and 9.5% employer superannuation contribution
• Salary packaging opportunities
The School of Health Professions currently comprises the disciplines of Nursing, Chiropractic and Counselling. The School is headquartered at the University’s campus in Mandurah and offers courses at Mandurah and at the main Perth Campus.
The primary purpose of this role is to coordinate and teach into a new postgraduate course, the Graduate Diploma in Creative Arts Therapies, commencing in Semester 2, 2017 on the Mandurah Campus. This role will contribute to the creation of a Masters of Creative Arts Therapies course to commence in 2018. This position also contributes to the teaching effort of the School through the preparation and delivery of lectures, tutorials, and other types of teaching activities. A Lecturer Level B is expected to be involved with scholarly research and professional activities related to the discipline, and to perform a range of administrative and service functions within the School and across the University.
Skills and Experience
• Professional qualifications in an area relevant to appointment. A Master of Art Therapy (or closely related field) is essential.
• Clinical registration with a relevant professional body is essential (e.g. ANZATA, ACATA, PACFA, ACA, AHPRA).
• Demonstrated professional experience in relevant clinical art therapy practice.
• Demonstrated experience teaching or training in the discipline or profession.
• Evidence of well-established professional practice and network in the creative arts therapies field.a team
• Experience in group therapy
This is a great time to join Murdoch. There are a multitude of opportunities and exciting projects that are presented by the State Government Activity Centre on our doorstep. The co-location of the New Fiona Stanley Hospital and the St John of God Hospital provide many synergies for our learning and teaching, research and community engagement.
Murdoch University values workplace diversity, promotes inclusion, and strongly encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, women, and individuals with disability. Applicants who have support or access requirements, are encouraged to advise this at the time of their application, to ensure the required assistance is provided.
Please submit a cover letter, a CV and a statement addressing the selection criteria (found in the Position Description) via the Apply Online button below. Emailed applications will not be accepted.
25-28 May 2017
From the margins to the centre: Contemporary relational perspectives Co-hosted by the Australian and New Zealand Chapters of IARPP
Progress and creativity thrive when familiar concepts and ideas are seen from new angles. Those who live, work and think at the margins, at the edges, away from the centre, necessarily have perspectives that differ from those who look from the centre, or from the mainstream. In this conference, in acknowledgement of the fact that Australia and New Zealand are geographically very far away from the centre – down-under – we would like to encourage presentations that offer new and creative ways of looking at, thinking about, and practising psychoanalysis and psychotherapy.
WE INVITE YOU TO JOIN US!
The conference venue is the SMC Conference Centre, located in Sydney’s city centre, with easy access to accommodation and transport. The conference website (now live) www.iarppsydney2017.com contains preliminary information and will regularly be updated with accommodation options, flight information, travel suggestions within Australia and New Zealand, visa requirements, dining options and more. The call for papers will go out soon, but in the meantime, please:
SAVE THE DATES: 25 – 28 May 2017 For further enquiries – contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
College for Educational and Clinical Art Therapy (CECAT)
2017 Art Therapy Courses
INTRODUCTORY COURSE DESCRIPTION This introduction is an enriching experience for people who work or would like to work with children, adolescents or adults and who wish to enhance their practice through art.
CERTIFICATE and DIPLOMA TRAINING PROGRAMS These courses offers students an extensive opportunity to experience and learn a range of verbal and non-verbal art therapy approaches and therapeutic interventions used in different educational and clinical settings. The focus will be to work with unconscious processes and how they can be utilised in combination with widely used evidence-based practices. Note: This course does not offer personal therapy and is not a formal degree.
For more information and registrations:www.arttherapycourses.com.au Contact: Robert Gray
Registered Art Therapist | Psychologist | Theologian
MA A. Th., AThR; B. Soc. Sc. (Psych.) (Hons.), MAPS; BA. Theol., MA Theol.
Director | College for Educational and Clinical Art Therapy
2 Palmtops Ave, Elizabeth Beach, NSW 2428 email@example.com
Bachelor of Arts Psychotherapy at IKON
IKON’s Bachelor of Arts Psychotherapy can lead to some truly rewarding careers. Available in Sydney, Byron Bay, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth & Brisbane. Enquire now to commence in June or discover more at our Complimentary Webinar on 3 May.
Embodied Imagination®(EI) is a creative and therapeutic way of working with dreams, memories, physical symptoms and creative ideas. This three-year course offers comprehensive training in Embodied Imagination, developed by Robert Bosnak, Jungian analyst and practised for more than 30 years in eight countries of the world. It is practised individually and in groups in psychotherapy, medicine, theatre, art and creative research.
For more information:www.embodiedimagination.com.au
Interactive Drawing Therapy
More than words… A page-based way of working with words, images and feelings to access different parts of the psyche. The page becomes a mirror for your client, helping them see themselves more objectively from new perspectives, and facilitating insight, inner resourcefulness, and profound change. A unique map of the stages of the therapeutic journey guides you through the tasks, challenges, risks and interventions of each stage, dramatically increasing your effectiveness and ability to work safely.
Creative, Inspiring and Respectful
A client-centred process of disclosure and discovery in which you actively partner the client in the process of deepening their work, often through the development of visual metaphors. The counsellor does not interpret the client’s imagery.
A practical and versatile modality that you can use across a wide range of situations, client groups and presenting problems and with other therapies. IDT can be used for self, individual, couple or group therapy, with all ages (including young children), with less verbally or conceptually fluent clients, cross culturally, and for short-term crisis to long-term developmental work.
Well-established (and growing) with over 8,000 Australasian course registrations over the last 10 years, published in several peer reviewed journals, and presented at national and international conferences.
Widely-used by a diverse range of helping professionals
Including counsellors and psychotherapists, social workers, psychologists and psychiatrists, doctors and nurses, occupational therapists, speech language therapists, guidance counsellors, teachers, youth workers, career practitioners, spiritual directors, staff from Aboriginal and Maori service agencies, alcohol and drug services, sexual abuse and refuge centres, immigrant services, hospices and stopping violence agencies.
What people say about IDT
“It’s the best psychological tool I’ve found and I’ve been working in the social welfare industry for 30 years.” “We continue to be delighted, excited and amazed at the wide uses of IDT in the mental health setting.” “Creative and empowering for the client, enlightening for the therapist.” “… a universal therapy … engages with ease and safety.”
Are you looking to gain higher level skills to advance your career?
Gain new specialised skills in Dramatherapy and help others build strength & capacity to make changes in their life.
Dramatherapy is an active, experiential approach to facilitating psychological, emotional and social change and makes use of role play, voice work, myth, ritual and storytelling to provide the context for participants to tell their stories, set goals, solve problems or express feelings.
It can help increase clients’ self awareness and offer a creative way for an individual or group to explore and solve personal and social problems.
Qualification: Graduate Diploma of Dramatherapy (10572NAT) Duration: 14 months, plus 220 hour field placement Accreditation: Nationally Accredited with the AQTF.
Students will be required to attend 2 x 4 day intensives (Fri, Sat, Sun, Mon) and 4 online tutorials of 2 hour duration per module.
Institute for Sensorimotor Art Therapy Certificate in Clay Field Therapy
The Clay Field is a flat wooden box that holds 10-15kg clay. A bowl of water is supplied. This simple setting offers a symbolic world for the hands to explore. This unique art therapy approach is widely used in Europe within the fields of disability and disadvantaged youth. It is also used within women's shelters to facilitate trauma and healing.
Expressive Therapy Clinic Art Therapy Introductory Course –
Introduction to Art Therapy
This is a Weekend Course (also delivered as an 8 week day or evening program at Tweed Heads NSW). This program covers the history and understanding of art therapy and how it can be used for people of all ages to assist in improving personal growth and insight, processing of traumatic experiences and resolving of inner conflicts. Case Studies and client’s images will be presented in art therapy sessions conducted in many varied client groups. An experiential component for all participants is included in each session. (No creative talent required). This course is suitable for Allied Health Professionals and Healthcare workers, Occupational Therapists, Psychologists, Psychotherapists, Teachers, School Counsellors and anyone interested in Art Therapy.
Session 1: Where did Art Therapy come from? What is Art Therapy?
Session 2: Guided Imagery techniques
Session 3: Art Therapy with Children
Session 4: Art Therapy the Aged and Disability sector
Session 5: Group Work – Art Therapy and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy
Session 6: Group Work – Art Therapy and Positive Psychology
Session 7: 'The Revealing Image' and Family Dynamics
Session 8: Looking after yourself in the Work – Supervision
Facilitator: Megan Shiell (Grad Dip. ExTh. MA ATh. (AThr)DBT Therapist, Level 4 Counsellor) When: Weekend courses are held every month. Cost: $350 for weekend courses ($320 early bird rate due 1 month prior to workshops or $50 per weekly session) Where: Expressive Therapy Clinic, Unit 7/133 Wharf Street, Tweed Heads NSW 2485 Ph: (07) 5536 5553 or 0417 084 846 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org For more info:www.expressivetherapyclinic.com.au
Look under 'PD Training Programs and Courses'
All Expressive Therapy Clinic programs are now listed for CPD/OPD Points with:
AASW • ACA • ANZATA • APS and ACMHN
Workshops and Seminars
Melbourne Art Therapy Studio
Professional Development Series open to all
At Kathleen Syme Library and Community Centre, Carlton Vic
Tuesday 4th April 7-9pm
Camille McDonald – The Art of Reflection
Tuesday 6th June 7-9pm
Celia Adams – Art Therapy and Disability
Tuesday 5th Sept 7-9pm
Dr Emma O'Brien and Stephan Skov – Royal Melbourne Hospital – Music Therapy
Tuesday 21st Nov 7-9pm
Dr Graham Jones - Art and Phenomenology
Ink Brush Art Therapy is offering individual, family and group Art Therapy sessions at Capital Clinical Psychology and Playing Field Studios in Canberra.
Art Journaling for Health & Wellbeing
A weekly group that uses art journaling to examine current issues, set goals and explore expressive forms of stencilling, making and printing with rubber stamps, collage, creative writing, poetry, watercolours and ‘mail art’. The focus is on recovery, strength building and creative expression.
Sunday Afternoon ‘embracing our imperfections knitting & textiles' group
A group for anyone with a half finished sewing or knitting project and/or an interest in learning some textile based self care skills. Participants can bring ‘failed’ projects (or start one) and work on them in a supportive dynamic environment, within an art therapy framework. The focus is on sharing and learning techniques including felting, patchwork, sewing, knitting, beading, needlework, puppet making and more.
CLICK HERE to register your interest or find out more.
No previous experience or skills are necessary!
Bookings are essential
Please call +61 450 070 240 or email email@example.com for more info.
ART THERAPY + HAPPINESS PROJECT
ATHP is an online interactive workshop that combines the principles of positive psychology and the creative process. We focus around the four positive forces of wellbeing, Connection, Compassion, Contribution and Courage.
Art journaling, mixed media creations, mindful photography and yoga will all be part of the mix! We will be experimenting with new materials and techniques that you can then continue to use to increase creativity in your life.
New workshop content that is all linked to research that has been shown to increase wellbeing will be added as the year progresses, keeping the site alive and full of fresh inspiration to fulfill your creative needs throughout the remainder of 2015 and beyond.
Art swaps were very popular in past projects and new swaps are part of ATHP2015. These enable the chance to deeply connect with other creative friends from around the world. Some material from 2013 and 2014 projects is archived within the 2015 Project so will be available for all participants to access and download. These are valuable resources for personal and professional use. One day we may put them all into a book but for now they are freely available for participants to download and use.
Expressive Therapy Clinic – Workshops and Training
Expressive Therapy Clinic in Tweed Heads offers the opportunity for participants interested in Mindfulness Meditation, Art Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy and Positive Psychology to attend courses, weekend workshops and specific trainings.
The training programs are especially helpful for Health Care Professionals, Teachers, School Counsellors, Social Workers, Occupational Therapists, Psychologists, Counsellors, Art therapists and people interested in gaining more skills to increase general wellness for themselves and for others they work with. Training in Art Psychotherapy in combination with learning the skills of Dialectical Behaviour Therapy and Positive Psychology.
Weekend Workshops Program Outline
• Saturday – Managing Emotions using DBT
Wise Mind and Mindfulness; Distress Tolerance and Self-Soothe; Emotional Regulation Strategies; Reality Acceptance skill.
• Sunday – Finding Wellness using Positive Psychology
Introduction to Positive Psychology; Savouring and remembering; Expressing Gratitude and Finding Meaning; Learning Optimism; Acting from your strengths; Conclusion; Questions and observations.
Facilitator: Megan Shiell Grad Dip Ex.Th, M.A AThr – Dialectical Behaviour Therapist When: Monthly Where: Expressive Therapy Clinic – Unit 7/133 Wharf Street, Tweed Heads (07) 5536 5553 or 0417 084 846 Cost: $350 (early-bird rate of $320 if paid one month in advance) For more information:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or go to www.expressivetherapyclinic.com.au
Look under “ PD and Training Opportunities and PD New Training Programs
All Expressive Therapy Clinic programs are now listed for CPD/OPD Points with:
AASW • ACA • ANZATA • APS and ACMHN
About the Campaign
UnitingCare Australia, which represents one of Australia’s largest Not-For-Profit providers of aged care, is seeking your support in halting the Federal Government’s funding cuts to aged care which will reduce the level of care available to frail older people, put more pressure on the public health system and threaten jobs in the aged care sector.
In December 2015 and the 2016-17 Budget, the Federal Government announced funding changes that will remove $2 billion from the Complex Health Care element of the Aged Care Funding Instrument (ACFI). This will significantly reduce the funds available for services such as wound and skin care, arthritis treatment, mobility support and end-of-life care for frail older people with conditions such as diabetes, dementia, heart disease, arthritis and bone fractures. This care is mostly delivered by registered nurses, general practitioners and a range of allied health professionals.
UnitingCare Australia, together with Aged and Community Services Association and Catholic Health Australia, commissioned Ansell Strategic to conduct independent modelling of the impact of the funding cuts. The modelling, covering more than 500 aged care providers, showed that the cuts will reduce the funding to meet the care needs of older people by an average of 11 per cent or $6,655 per resident per year.
The cuts will be far greater for residents with very high care needs, significantly reducing the level of services and thus their quality of life. As the cuts are phased in for new residents and for those whose needs are reassessed, we believe they will introduce an unacceptable level of inequity within aged care services, with residents with similar health care needs receiving vastly different levels of service.
In responding to the modelling tool, many service providers indicated the cuts would force them to consider reducing staffing numbers or reviewing admission policies for consumers with high needs.
Clearly funding cuts of this magnitude will have a significant flow-on impact on the broader health care system and most particularly on already stretched public hospitals. In particular, we believe the cuts may result in frail older people remaining in hospital longer than medically necessary as the availability of suitable aged care places is reduced and that end-of-life care may be limited to hospitals and hospices.
We are also deeply concerned at the potentially negative impact on the aged care workforce, particularly in the face of growing demand for care.
Art Therapy Peer Group, Melbourne
Art Therapy Peer Group is an evolving group of people practicing or studying arts therapy who meet every third Tuesday of the month. It’s an informal group exploring ideas and issues relating to professional practice through discussion, presentations and occasional events. The group usually meets at Pink William – Artslab – at 26 William Street, Balaclava, VIC from 7pm to 9pm ($5 contribution towards venue).
The "41 Art Journals Exchange" is an art based community project that encourages story telling, social connection & creativity as a means of self-care. There are currently 41, A4 sized, art journals being shared among willing participants across the ACT and beyond. Recipients are encouraged to write, share memories, draw, print or collage a few pages over a 2-week period, then send it on the the next collaborator. The project is inclusive (anyone can participate and it's free aside from postage) and evolving. Full journals will be returned to Canberra for exhibition within the intimate space of the artist’s lounge at Belconnen Art Centre in mid 2017. The idea is based on the 1000 journals project by “Someguy” where art journaling exchanges enhanced the generation of ideas and shared narratives across geographical boundaries.
Infinity Health & Wellbeing Practitioner/user Packages
Working together to create a space of healing for ALL!
This package is suited to a practitioner or teacher who is looking to rent casually. Hourly, half day & full day options available. Includes listing on the practitioner directory on our website.
Min. 3 Month Investment
With up to 10hrs Avail/week
As schedule allows limited spaces available. Bookings essential
This package suits those starting out or looking to expand from a home based or small business and are looking for a more professional front without the massive overheads. Includes: mini bio & profile on our website & facebook, direct booking link to your email & inclusion in directory list on monthly newsletter.
Min. 6 Month Investment
With up to 10hrs Avail/week
As schedule allows – booking essential
This package is great value! Offering you a min. 10hrs at the centre. As schedule allows limited spaces available. Bookings essential – Conditions Apply. Includes: A full page of services & bio on our website & facebook, direct booking link to your email through website, inclusion in Monthly Newsletter with own ad/bio, inclusion on class timetable (if applicable), priority scheduling.
ANZATA is relaunching the Volunteers' Noticeboard. If you would like to volunteer please click here. Or if you would like offer opportunities for volunteers please click here to go to the Volunteer online forms.
Name: Shallal Bader Contact: email@example.com Location: Sydney About Shallal
I recently moved to Australia. In Italy I worked in an art therapy centre that cooperates with the Niguarda Hospital, Milan. We worked with groups of adults and children, who suffered from depression, post-traumatic disorders, stress and anxiety. The treatment of the rehabilitation was based on psychotherapy and expressive therpies (art, music, theater and dance). I recently finished a 3 year training programme in a private art therapy school and I have a fine art background. I’m looking for a place to volunteer for art workshops – it will be a very important experience for me. I hope to have an opportunity in Australia to do what I love most – sharing creativity and helping people. Available until: 24 November 2016
Name: Jessie Cunningham-Reid Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Location: Melbourne About Jessie:
I am an art therapist, graduated from La Trobe at the end of 2014. I would like some experience working with children and art therapy. Available: 1 November 2015 to 1 November 2016
Name: Linda Davidson Contact: email@example.com About Linda:
I am a clinical and counselling psychologist working in private practice and registered with AHPRA. I am interested in finding out more about art therapy before potentially enrolling in a training programme. Other than an interest in art/arts I have no formal training. Available: October 2015 onwards.
Name: Milagros Dotras Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Location: Sydney, Australia About Milagros:
I am a Psychologist and I am currently studying Art Therapy at CETAC with Rob Gray. I am working at an Early Learning Centre in Sydney and I have been working with children for the past six years. I can provide WWCC and an updated police check. Please email me with any volunteer opportunities that may come up in Sydney area. Available: 4 July 2016
Contact: Brianna Hudson Contact: email@example.com Location: Melbourne About Brianna
I am a practicing visual artist and soon to be Master of Arts Therapy student. I’ve worked as carer for the Department of Health and Human services with at risk children and youth and have my approved working with children check from working in education. Looking for any kind of arts therapy volunteer work. Available until: 17 September 2020
Name: Karen Hvidding Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Location:Blue Mts, Sydney-Western Suburbs About Karen:
I have an interest in trauma, PTSD, in relation to arttherapy. In 2016, I would like to develop my therapeutic skills through volunteer work with any organisation that has capacity to work with clients who have been through trauma. I have eight years experience (as a therapist and aid worker) working in former USSR and Romania with children and adults who have experienced complex trauma. Now I am looking to develop my skills while taking a break from international work. Available: 18 January until 1 November 2016.
Name: Ann Lawrence Contact: email@example.com Location: Brunswick, Melbourne About Ann:
I am a social worker of twenty five years experience and worked in a number of fields and most recently, in adolescent mental health with teenagers and their families experiencing severe mental health issues. Since moving to Melbourne, I have done a lot of volunteer work in local Brunswick at a community level and I am on the Moreland Council Human Rights Advisory Committee. I am now studying an Advanced Diploma in Transpersonal Art Therapy and would like to find out more about volunteering opportunities to enhance my study and learning and to contribute in this field. Available: 2017
Name: Shu Yin Chan Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Location: Singapore About Shu Yin
I am looking to volunteer in any Art Therapy related activities. I have taught polymer clay classes to kids part-time and love creating Art in my free time. My current day job is in an administrative function in the disabilities field, and I previously worked as a visual effects artist on films. I hope to study to become an Art Therapist in the near future, and look forward to any exposure in the field of Art Therapy. Available: After office hours on weekdays (7pm onwards) and weekends
Name: Antje Meyer Contact: Antje.Meyer1@yahoo.de Location: Brisbane About Antje:
I am a fully qualified Art Therapist from Europe with a background in Mental Health Nursing. I recently became a member of ANZATA and I am very keen on getting some insides about how Art Therapy is used in Australia. I am looking for a placement/ voluntary work to exchange expertise. I predominantly worked with groups of adults in a center for mental rehabilitation who were suffering from depression, anxiety, burn-out and bereavement. The treatment was based on behavioral therapy. I am looking for therapists who work with Arts Therapies or include creative techniques in their work. I have a special interest in focusing therapy. If you are interested in international exchange or need support in your practice, please message me. I am based in the greater Brisbane area. Available From: 10 November 2015