5 October 2013: Free Art Therapy Workshop for Mothers and Children

Posted by | September 20, 2013 | Uncategorized | No Comments

Back by popular demand – the free Art Therapy workshop is on again!!

Gillian Hilton, Art Therapist, is offering a free workshop on Sat 5 October.

The group is an opportunity for people to witness and participate using Art Therapy methods and techniques. Read more about Art Therapy here.

This introductory workshop will use dyadic drawing and sand play therapy between mother and child, as a method of strengthening connection and communication between mother and child.

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Who for: Mothers and their children.

Time: 10:30am – 12:00pm

Facilitator: Gillian Hilton, Registered and licensed Art Therapist.

Places Limited! RSVP to Gillian arttherapy42@icloud.com or 0401 932 356

About Gillian Hilton:

Gillian Hilton

Gillian has been working with children, adolescents, and adult client groups since 2007 in educational, clinical, forensic, disability and community settings.

Informed by her clinical research in the area, Gillian specialises in trauma focused treatment, having worked with civilian and returned service men and women with trauma symptoms, and people with complex mental health presentations in acute and secure extended care.

Gillian provides short and long term intervention for anxiety, depression, grief and loss and personality difficulties. Gillian uses Art Therapy assessment and intervention using methods such as visual art methods, sand play, and role-play to assist people to build awareness of their cognitive, emotional and behavioural patterns, and change them should they wish to.
Gillian is available for private consultation at Crisalida Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings. Other times could be negotiated depending on your availabilities. (Individual session : $105 p/ h; Group session: $ 55 p/ 1.5 h).

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