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Barbara Fish Workshop Seminar 2: Art-based Supervision: Local and at a Dist...

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Colourfully Pte. Ltd.

78B Pagoda Street

Singapore, Singapore 059237

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This event is made possible with the support of Workforce Singapore (WSG).




Note: Please bring along your identification card (Student ID / NRIC / FIN / Passport) for verification on the 1st day of the workshop. Additionally, if you are unsure of your ATAS membership status, please drop contact@atas.org.sg an email to check.


Dates of Seminar 2: Friday to Sunday, August 17-19, 2018


Time: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm every day

This 3-day workshop-seminar will introduce the use of art-based supervision as a tool to support clinical work through didactic presentation and experiential participation.


Objectives:

• Participants will be able to describe how images, made as part of supervision, help to conceptualize treatment

• Participants will be able to describe two benefits of using response art in local and distance supervision.

• Participants will be able to describe two ways that response art, used in art-based supervision, can be used for therapists’ self-care.


Schedule:

Day 1

Description of Art-based supervision

  • Fundamentals of art-based supervision / Environment and media
  • Role of response art in art- based supervision

- Discussion and questions



Day 2

Local and Distance Supervision

- Group and individual art-based supervision

- Distance art-based supervision

- Art-based supervision workshop – part 1

- Consultation sign up (Including explanation of consultation process)

- Discussion and questions



Day 3

Art-based workshop and consultation

- Experiential response art workshop – part 2

- Consultation with large group observation

- Wrap up, discussion and questions


References:

Fish, B. J. (2017). Art-based Supervision: Cultivating therapeutic insight through imagery. New York, NY: Routledge.

Fish, B. J. (2008). Formative evaluation of art-based supervision in art therapy training. Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 25 (2), 70-77.


Max. Capacity: 20 spaces


*For groups of 5 or more (maximum 10), please email communications.atas@gmail.com to obtain a promo code for 10% discount.


By registering for the "Barbara Fish Workshop Seminar 3: Art-based Research: The Image is the Evidence", I am giving permission to take photographs and/or video of myself and possible artwork that is created at the session. I grant ATAS and WSG full rights to use images or videos resulting from the workshop, for the purpose of fundraising, publicity, or other purposes to help achieve the group's aims. This includes, but not limited to, the right to use them in their printed and online publicity, social media, and funding applications.

If you do not agree with the above, please email communications.atas@gmail.com for additional needs, and arrangements will be made.





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How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Please email communications.atas@gmail.com



What's the refund policy?

Attendees can receive refunds up to 7 days before event start date.


What do I need to bring on the days of the workshops?

We will be providing basic art materials. If you would like to bring some special art materials for art making, please feel free to do so.

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78B Pagoda Street

Singapore, Singapore 059237

Singapore

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