Workshops & Courses
We provide a creative space for innovative approaches, imaginative thinking and reflective practice in art therapy. These events are aimed at arts and creative therapists who work across disciplines and work settings. Most of the courses are one day events though we also have a weekend training in sandplay and two longer ongoing courses. Kim Davies is the training co-ordinator and welcomes any enquiries regarding participation or future trainings.
Some events may be for a specific audience but when possible they will be open to: qualified therapists, trainees, related health and education professionals, carers, service users and interested members of the public. All courses are CPD certificated.
You can book and pay for all courses online via paypal. You will be taken through the process and can check availability of remaining places on the courses.
- If you cancel your booking 14 days before the event, there will be a full refund minus an admin fee of £25.
- If you cancel less than 14 days before the event, we cannot provide any refunds.
- We reserve the right to cancel or reschedule the course, in which case we will give you reasonable notice and/or offer a full course refund, as appropriate. However we are unable to refund any travel costs.
d an amazing day at London Art Therapy Centre. Wow! Will continue to attend regularly – it’s an amazing place to keep my Art Therapy Skills up to date” – Caroline Jones-Hanlon“I’ve been to a few courses with you guys and have loved every minute as well as come away with greater knowledge and understanding and support. You have a special place there” – Ros
London Art Therapy Centre has a team of BAAT registered supervisors who provide ongoing 1:1 supervision for qualified arts therapists and trainees.
Additionally we also run a monthly supervision group – see below.
We offer a thorough training in Arts Therapy Supervision and have a team of in-house trained supervisors who work both on and off-site as supervisors. We also provide supervision to arts therapists on the NHS as well as in education and in the charitable sector.