There are no current postings for international arts therapy or related employment opportunities and seminars at the moment. Please check again soon as information is posted regularly.
III International Seminar on Fairy-tale and Storytelling Therapy in Portugal
It is with great pleasure that we would like to invite share with you the information about our III Seminar on Fairy-tale and Storytelling Therapy that will be held from 4 till 8 of April 2017 in Sintra, Portugal. It will be another opportunity to bring together specialists, academics, therapists, storytellers and all other enthusiasts of fairy-tale and storytelling, and their therapeutic and healing potential.
And we are most happy to inform that this time the Seminar will be proceded by pre-Seminar workshops which will take place on the 4th of April. Due to its format these workshops have fewer places than the Seminar and the registration is not included in the full Seminar registration. So please check the detailed information regarding each of this workshops.
CLICK HERE for details regarding both the Seminar and the pre-Seminar
ECArTE – European Arts Therapies Education – 2017
Call for Papers, performances, posters, panel discussions and workshops
13-16 September 2017, Krakow, Poland
Traditions in Transitions – New articulations in the arts therapies Tradycje w przemianie – nowe artykulacje w arteterapii
The Conference Directors invite you to submit proposals on the conference theme
WE WILL WELCOME YOUR PROPOSALS UNTIL – 12th September 2016
PLEASE GO TO THE CONFERENCE AREA OF THE ECArTE WEBSITE TO FIND MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE CONFERENCE AND THE PROCEDURE FOR SUBMITTING AN APPLICATION.
Follow the link to http://www.ecarte.info/conference/
Chair: Sarah Scoble, University of Worcester, UNITED KINGDOM
Vice Chair: Richard Hougham, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London, UNITED KINGDOM
Treasurer: Jan Vandromme, PXL University College, BELGIUM
The selection processes will take place during October and November 2016.
Late submissions cannot be considered by the Scientific Committee.
The Conference will be hosted by kind permission of Akademia Ignatianum w Krakowie
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.
This Symbolism and Creativity Retreat in March 2017 is designed to help a personal, creative journey, through an understanding of symbolic thought and its significance to who we are and what motivates us. What better place to do this than the beautiful island of Bali, steeped in artistic cultural heritage and rich, vibrant symbolism?
The retreat includes yoga by the pool, and daily workshops exploring symbolism facilitated by qualified Art Therapists,based around the symbolic festival of Nyepi. We are located at the beautiful Indies Estate, with luxury ensuite rooms around our own pool, meals and trips included. The creative elements are intense and fulfilling, but there is also plenty of time for yoga, massages, beauty treatments and swimming and sunbathing. For more information on the workshops and to find out more about the Bali retreat, go to www.square-the-circle.org