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Pioneer House, 46 Britannia St, London WC1X 9JH | +44 20 3489-9192

12 Oct 2024 | An Inner Journey with Clay | Day Workshop | In Person

This experiential, introductory workshop is for therapists who want to explore the possibilities and depths of working with clay in a clinical setting.

We will explore inner and outer communication with the substance as we dialogue with undefined matter and change it into form.

There will be time for observation and space for reflection on the clinical application of working with clay.

We will ask ourselves questions such as:

  • What is asked of me in order “to form” clay?
  • How do I communicate with clay?
  • How does it communicate with me?
  • What stimulates and induces the process of change from amorphous substance into defined form?
  • What are the influences of concavity and convexity?
  • What happens in therapy during moments of forming? Please bring a notebook in order to record your process.
    It is advisable to wear an overall or old clothes. Working with clay is grounding, messy, mirroring, fun, freeing and helps us to see the world differently!

Next Workshop

Date: Saturday 12 October 2024
Time: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Cost:  Employer-funded £160 | Self-funded £140 | Trainees £120
In person | London Art Therapy Centre, Pioneer House, 46 Britannia St, London WC1X 9JH | +44 20 3489-9192

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Marion Green is a former social worker specialised in child protection, school based social work and adoption. As an art psychotherapist, she has worked with men and women in the penal system, psychiatric care, primary aged children and their parents, traumatised adolescents, the chronically sick and dying, with homeless women and women working in the sex industry.

She is a clinical supervisor, workshop facilitator and visiting lecturer, specialising in the themes of Burnout, maintaining resilience and working with traumatised people. Marion has been a regular seminar leader at the annual International Anthroposophical Art Therapy conference at the Goetheanum, Switzerland. She has taught in Honduras, Spain, Georgia, South Africa, Taiwan and the Philippines and presented papers for Confer Psychotherapy events UK.

Marion has published articles on Burnout and is a chapter co-author in the book Art Therapy with Neurological Conditions. (Ed. S. Weston and M. Liebmann published Jessica Kingsley 2015).

In her spare time she walks, works in her garden and carves alabaster.

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