PERSON CENTRED CREATIVITY
The course is designed to provide social care and health workers with an understanding of person centred creativity as an effective social intervention. The training provides the skills and knowledge required to produce enriched care plans that reinforce individual identity and foster reciprocity in care. The course provides a range of techniques that can be used in 1:1 and group contexts, these address and promote self-esteem, self awareness and self confidence in both workers and recipients.
The relationship between creativity and wellbeing
The evidence base for innovative working
Experiential group work, understanding the process from the recipient’s perspective
Creating safe environments
Designing, implementing and evaluating creative programmes
Method of delivery
Taught over 3 days the course is based on experiential learning with delegates developing a toolkit of practical creative activities that can be used with a wide range of service user /client groups. This is a highly interactive and emotionally engaging learning experience.
Understanding the use of intentionality in creative interventions
Understand own role in person – centred planning
Be able to design creative programmes that promote Active Support
Be able to facilitate therapeutic group activities
No previous experience or training is necessary. Participants do not require any particular artistic ability
Who should attend?
Multi-sector practitioners including health, housing, social care, education, criminal justice, private, voluntary and public sector workers.
QCF Health and social care diploma mapping
The following Level 3 units are covered by the course:
More information at: www.valleyandvalecommunityarts.co.uk