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Arts For the Blues one-day training

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Friday 12 July 2024

10am - 6pm



The Arts for the Blues is an evidence-based creative psychotherapy model for depression low mood and anxiety, which has been developed in collaboration between Edge Hill University and the University of Salford. It is based on pluralistic approach and can be used when working with groups and individuals. It uses a range of creative modalities such as drawing, movement, and music. It is a structured framework yet flexible in content and adaptable to a wide range of client demographics.

The training programme will introduce learners to the Arts for the Blues model, including the theoretical framework and the key therapeutic ingredients. It will offer a space for exploration of the model while allowing learners to develop their own practice with the Arts for the Blues framework. This event will take place on the 12 July at Edge Hill University, running from 10am until 6pm.

Who is the target audience?

This training programme is aimed at those holding professional qualifications in psychological therapies such as psychologists, counsellors, psychotherapists, arts therapists, and trainees.

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This event is in collaboration with the University of Salford.

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