Group Interactive Art Therapy: Its Use in Training and Treatment

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Appendix

Where to find information about group therapy and art therapy

There are numerous journals giving information about training and events in psychotherapy and art therapy. The following are a few starting points for more specialised information.


GENERAL INFORMATION

British Association of Art Therapists, 11A Richmond Road, Brighton BN23RL. BAAT is the professional association of art therapists and provides a useful information brochure, list of publications, bibliography and occasional pamphlets on aspects of the profession. Write, enclosing an sae for information.

The Group Analytic Society, 1 Daleham Gardens, London NW3 5BY. The Society has several categories of membership, including full membership for qualified and practising group analysts. It provides a full programme of lectures and events, many open to the public.

British Association for Counselling, 37A Sheep Street, Rugby CV21 3BX. The association is open to professionals practising counselling, including group therapy. It publishes a useful journal with much information about training courses, study weekends, etc., in counselling and psychotherapy.


TRAINING IN ART THERAPY

Art Psychotherapy Unit, Goldsmiths’ College, University of London, 23 St James, New Cross, London SE14 6AD.

Postgraduate Arts Therapies Programme, Hertfordshire College of Art and Design, 7 Hatfield Road, St Albans, Herts.

Centre for Art and Psychotherapy Studies, Floor O, Department of Psychiatry, Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Glossop Road, Sheffield S10 2JF.

All the above offer courses ranging from Foundation Studies, Diploma (2

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