An Introduction to Person-Centred Creativity Course
An Introduction to Person-Centred Creativity
A three day course at Chapter, Market Road, Cardiff, CF5 1QE 2nd to 4th February 2016
The course offers an introduction to Person Centred Creativity, the three days will examine the role of creativity in promoting:
- person centred care
- relational work
- enriched care environments
- strengths based interventions
- outcome focused approaches
- staff wellbeingPCC is most often used in group contexts, these can be staff or client groups, but many of the techniques are used in one- to-one assessments, interventions and supervision.
These creative techniques have been used:
- By social care and health managers in relation to developing enriched care cultures.
- By social workers in developing authentic relationships with clients.
- By dementia care workers in reinforcing clients identities and well-being.The approach promotes positive group dynamics through creativity, which in turn when used in dedicated programmes affects self esteem, confidence and self awareness, in both service users and care practitioners.
Quotes from recent participants:
‘I am really enthusiastic about taking and using a lot of this in the workplace.’
‘Had a wonderful 3 days- reminded me of why I have worked in this role for 31 years.’
‘The best training I have attended in a long time – Truly inspirational.’
‘This course was delivered in a way that kept me wanting more and more , best training in over 10 years for me.‘
‘The training is excellent – it gives you ideas that you can really expand on in work and makes a real change to people’s lives.’
Closing date for applications 7th January 2016.
Cost: £350 per person for 3 days (Includes one free copy of our publication ‘Person-Centred Creativity’ by Nick Clements, Rhys Hughes and Katja Stiller, funded by the Arts Council of Wales)
Reserve your place on the course:
On completion of this form you will be sent details of how to send payment of £350. We accept BACS, PayPal and cheque.