12-18 June 2017
Past events - 2014
This workshop offers you a space for self-expression to help improve your sense of wellbeing. How? We will be working with art, and art can be used to alleviate or contain feelings and transform them over time.
How does music therapy in mental health settings account for itself in relation to the medical model – given the diversity of its practices, and of accounts by people on music therapy’s value for them?
Maudsley Learning, a local community interest company that operates the multi-award-winning ORTUS learning and events centre in Camberwell (SE5), is celebrating it's 1st birthday in June and has a series of fun activities planned for th
The Heartwood Trio are Mary Noden, Oboe, Hannah Lawrence Clarinet and Holly Reardon Bassoon.
The aim of the workshop is to give participants an introduction to working with natural materials and taking therapy outdoors.
Douglas Forbes lives in Cheltenham and has been a patient at Harefield Hospital for three-and-a-half years. In August 2013, he received a double-lung transplant.
An exhibition of work created at the Art Cafe at the Creative Therapies Project in the last year. The exhibition will focus on images that express how the Cafe impacts our wellbeing.
Group singing is fun, good for health and well-being, and a great social activity.
This will be an opportunity for anyone interested to discuss the nature of arts therapies and their relevance to your own place of work.