Art Therapy

The Institute of Therapies Management BCM Unifaculty London WC1N 3XX Great Britain
you can contact us by email at info@therapiesmanagement.org.uk

The Institute of Therapies Management
provides inexpensive professional accreditation to qualified individuals

If you are a practising art therapist seeking additional accreditation or you are studying art therapy you can gain a range of accreditation through the Institute of Therapies Management.

The Institute provides a distance learning training programme which is managed by the College of Management Science internationally.

Membership
and
Accreditation
is only

45 pa

The online information service, Wikipedia, describes art therapy as follows ... Because of its dual origins in art and psychotherapy, art therapy definitions vary. It can either focus on dealing with the art-making process as therapeutic in and of itself ("art as therapy"), or on the psychotherapeutic transference process between the therapist and the client who makes art. The therapist interprets the client's symbolic self-expression, as communicated in the art, and elicits interpretations from the client.

Art therapy finds good use in prisons and institutions caring for disturbed individuals. The ability to express oneself in a painting or drawing can engender a sense of freedom and having some control over life.

In these ways it can be therapeutic and empowering.

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