Farhad Dalal has written to inform us that because of the demise of Kid’s Company, the speakers have asked him to adjust the title and the description of the event to reflect the current situation. The initial text can be read in a previous post on this page.
Arrivals from 10am
10.30 to 1pm
This seminar/workshop will explore multi-disciplinary perspectives in the promotion of well-being for children and young people sharing influence from social work, youth work, mental health, therapy and education.
There will be opportunities for creativity and imagination in the discussion and reflective process. The emphasis is on creative and relational approaches to well-being which value the arts, sports, leisure, communications technology and complementary health.
The training has recently moved from Kids Company to the Institute for Arts in Therapy and Education and Centre for Child Mental Health following in the tradition of developing holistic services which are genuinely child-centred, learning from vulnerable children how to care better and championing their needs and capabilities as agents of change.
Jocelyne Quennell and Lizzie Smosarski will jointly facilitate creative and relational processes on relevant themes. Jocelyne was formerly the Principal of the Institute for Arts in Therapy and Education and has over twenty five years of experience working creatively and therapeutically with adults and children in health, education and social care. Lizzie is a child and adolescent psychotherapist working extensively through teaching and supervising practitioners. This pioneering training course has been designed to enhance the quality of work being delivered in services and to increase access to emotionally literate approaches to working with children and young people.
Jocelyne Quennell has been practicing as a psychotherapist for over twenty years and is Director of Education and Innovation at Kids Company. She is responsible for the Certificate in Therapeutic Communication Skills with Children and the Diploma in Well-being practice for Children and Young People. She was the former Principal of the Institute for Arts in Therapy and Education where she worked to support the development Integrative Child Psychotherapy and Arts Psychotherapy courses. She was the course leader for the Sesame training in Drama and Movement Therapy at Central School of Speech and Drama and has a long held commitment to increasing access and enhancing the quality of therapeutic services for adults, children and families. She is inspired by emotional literacy through creative and relational approaches to well-being with experience in health, education and social care, in private, statutory and voluntary sectors. two adult children.
Lizzie Smosarksi is an integrative arts psychotherapist as well as a child and adolescent psychotherapist. She is responsible for training and education at Kids Company and has taught at both the Institute for Arts in Therapy and Education and Terapia. She has many years of experience as a supervisor and is committed to creative and relational approaches to wellbeing.
Future Limbus Events 2015/16 – Dates for your diary
Nov 14 Stephen Roundhill Neuropsychology in context
Feb 27 Otto Rheinschmeidt On Dreams
May 21 Margaret Landale Attunement & Empathy
Sep 17 Sally Sales TBA