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    • 27 Jun 2024
    • 17:30 - 19:00
    • ZOOM
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    ANZACATA is offering subsidised online group supervision sessions with MAGGIE WILSON for any Regional/Remote practising members, who may find themselves unable to connect with other members or access supervision due to their isolation.

    Maggie has 20 years' of supervision experience, including 8 years supervising CATs local to where she lives in regional NSW. She works from a client centred/empowerment framework based on the needs of participants and values the use of cartoons and humour in supervision. Each session will include experiential art making. During the first session, participants will be invited to prepare an artwork that depicts what their goals are for the supervision sessions and what support is important to them.

    There will be 10 monthly sessions (each session is 90 minutes), with a maximum of 8 participants. The total cost for participants is $500 (paid upfront).

    Note: This supervision group is primarily intended for members in regional or rural areas, and these members will be given priority. Metropolitan members who need to fulfil their required supervision hours for ANZACATA membership can register for our open subsidised group here.

    These sessions will provide a safe and nurturing space to:

    1. Build a community of regionally/remotely located creative art
      therapists.
    2. Support participants in identifying and planning their goals for group
      supervision, professional development and self-care.
    3. Explore topics such as the challenges of setting up private practice in an
      isolated location, restricted access to peers and other supports,
      boundaries, ethics, record keeping, use of imagery in case studies,
      transference and countertransference in artworks.

    PRESENTER BIO

    Maggie trained at London University in Art Psychotherapy graduating in 1990. She is a registered art therapist, who has worked in several clinical and NGO settings. Her art therapy interests are currently cross-cultural art therapy group work, creative debriefing and supervision for mental health teams, practitioners, and art therapists. Maggie has taught on the Master of Mental Health Art Therapy program at the University of Queensland (UQ) for 17 years. Currently in her private practice, the Art Therapy Studio, she conducts group and individual supervision for art therapists via Zoom. She also conducts a variety of art therapy workshops and trainings. Maggie is a registered ANZACATA supervisor. She facilitates an eight-hour supervision training for UQ placement supervisors. She has worked as a remote clinical supervisor for the Master's in Art Therapy, a post-graduate mental health program based in the UQ's School of Clinical Medicine for over 17 Years. For four years, Maggie worked as the Placement Co-Ordinator for the UQ Art Therapy program.

    Day: Thursdays (please note that the groups are on the last Thursday of the month except for December, which is one week earlier due to Boxing Day)
    Start date: 27 June 2024
    Dates: Thursday June 27th, July 25th, August 29th, September 26th, October 31st, November 28th, 19th December, January 30th, February 27th, March 27th
    Time: 
    5.30pm - 7pm AEST
    3.30pm HKT/SGT/AWST
    7.30pm NZST
    Cost: $500 ($50 per session x 10 sessions)
    Open to: Practising Members
    Maximum: 8 attendees
    Recorded session: No (Privacy Reasons)

    Cancellation Policy
    When you register and pay to attend one of our events, you are holding a space on our calendar that is no longer available to other members. In order to be respectful of your fellow members and the presenter, please email Michelle as soon as you know you will not be able to attend the event. We keep our events as affordable as possible and need to pay presenters the fee they request. While we understand sometimes urgent matters come up, if registrants cancel at the last minute, we struggle to pay presenters. A full refund will be given if the cancellation occurs more than 24 hours before the event. If the cancellation occurs less than 24 hours before the event, 50% of your registration fee will be refunded only to defray our costs.

    • 04 Jul 2024
    • 12:00 - 13:00
    • ZOOM
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    This hour long drop in session will occur the first Thursday of each month. All members are welcome to join any monthly session. There is no agenda, no commitment, just pop in anytime you like for a chat with your Executive Officer and with other ANZACATA members.

    When: Thursday 4 July 2024
    Time: 12 noon AEST (10am WA and Asia, and 2pm NZ)
    CPD: 1 hour
    ZOOM Link: Link will be emailed 7 days before the event

    How to lookup your time zone in google:

    If the event starts at 12pm AEST and you're in South Australia just type the following into google 12pm AEST to South Australia time.
    (change the time and/or city as required)

    • 12 Jul 2024
    • 11:30 - 12:30
    • ZOOM
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    This one-hour webinar aims to provide a foundational understanding of Richard Schwartz's IFS therapy model, its core concepts and therapeutic protocol. It is intended to assist creative arts therapists to consider how they might integrate IFS principles into their work. No prior knowledge of IFS Therapy is required to attend. There will be a voluntary, brief individual reflective meditation, and time for questions.

    Attendees can expect to learn:

    • The fundamental IFS concept of Self
    • Different classifications and roles of parts
    • The unique therapeutic relationship in IFS
    • An outline of the IFS Therapy protocol
    • Ways of how IFS concepts could be integrated into Creative Arts Therapies

    Presenter bio:

    David is an accredited mental health social worker with over twenty years' experience counselling adults in community health, specialising in the areas of PTSD and complex trauma, GLBTIQ mental health and alcohol and other drugs. David holds a Master of Social Work, Master of Mental Health Sciences, Master of Counselling and Master of Creative Arts Therapy. David was co-founder and co-therapist in the Women's Trauma Recovery Program, a collaboration between Swinburne University and Access Health and Community. He has trained in EMDR Therapy and is a Level One and Two trained Internal Family Systems Therapist. He is currently completing his PhD through Swinburne University focused on Internal Family Systems Therapy and Adult Attachment.

    Dates: Friday 12 July 2024
    Time:
       AEST: 11.30am-12.30pm
       NZST: 1.30pm-3.30pm
       ACST: 11am-12pm
       AWST/HKT/SGT: 9.30am-10.30am
    Cost: $25 (+GST for Australian members)
    Total Hours/CPD: 1 hour
    Open to: Practising members (Professional, Tier, Provisional) and student members.
    Maximum: 30 attendees
    Recorded session: No (Privacy Reasons)

    Cancellation Policy
    When you register and pay to attend one of our events, you are holding a space on our calendar that is no longer available to other members. In order to be respectful of your fellow members and the presenter, please email Michelle as soon as you know you will not be able to attend the event. We keep our events as affordable as possible and need to pay presenters the fee they request. While we understand sometimes urgent matters come up, if registrants cancel at the last minute, we struggle to pay presenters. A full refund will be given if the cancellation occurs more than 24 hours before the event. If the cancellation occurs less than 24 hours before the event, 50% of your registration fee will be refunded only to defray our costs.

    • 26 Jul 2024
    • 08:00 - 09:00 (UTC+08:00)
    • ZOOM
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    Research Seminar on Psychological Resilience and Arts Therapy

    * REPEAT EVENT *

    Explore a novel pilot study on Mental Health Immunity (MHI) through the perspectives of four art therapists in Singapore. The purpose of this study was to address existing gaps in the understanding of psychological resilience as a dynamic multidimensional construct. Despite its recognition, inconsistencies in defining resilience have hindered the establishment of a universally accepted model and effective intervention strategies. Art therapists, leveraging on the expressive power of art and creativity, might contribute to the current literature by providing a unique perspective that enriches the multifaceted nature of resilience. MHI's framework integrates psychological, social, and biological dimensions for a holistic view of psychological resilience. The study operationalized MHI from art therapists' perspectives, providing insights that enrich theoretical knowledge and guide future research. This presentation has no confronting content and is suitable for all levels of audience interested in mental health research and art therapy.

    PRESENTER:

    Pamela Lie received her MA in art therapy from LASALLE College of the Arts Singapore. She is an accredited art therapist (AThR) with ANZACATA and a certified adult educator with the Social Service Institute, Singapore. Currently pursuing her doctorate in Expressive Therapies at Lesley University, her research interests include mental health resilience, mechanisms of change in art therapy, and school-based creative arts therapies. Explore more about her work and stay connected with her on Instagram (@artfold.sg), LinkedIn or visit her website artfold.sg.

    When: Friday 26 July 2024
    8am - 9am SGT/HKT/WA 
    10am - 11am AEST
    12pm - 1pm NZST
    Duration/CPD: 1 hour (including 20 min Q&A)
    Where: Zoom
    Cost: $20 (+GST for Australian members) / Students Free
    Open to: All members
    Max Participants: 30
    Recorded session: No (Privacy Reasons)

    Cancellation Policy
    When you register and pay to attend one of our events, you are holding a space on our calendar that is no longer available to other members. In order to be respectful of your fellow members and the presenter, please email Michelle as soon as you know you will not be able to attend the event. We keep our events as affordable as possible and need to pay presenters the fee they request. While we understand sometimes urgent matters come up, if registrants cancel at the last minute, we struggle to pay presenters. A full refund will be given if the cancellation occurs more than 24 hours before the event. If the cancellation occurs less than 24 hours before the event, 50% of your registration fee will be refunded only to defray our costs.

    • 16 Aug 2024
    • 12:00
    • ZOOM
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    This 5-hour refresher training is for professional members who have been supervising for several years. It is for arts therapists who have already completed supervision training some time ago and want to ensure that their practice is up to date and/or to allow them to meet the requirements to become approved supervisors with ANZACATA, if the training they have done does not add up to the required 20 hours.  Also, the new ANZACATA supervision policy requires approved supervisors to 'refresh' their training every 5 years.

    NOTE: This event is open to Approved Supervisors ONLY

    Current and relevant readings for all areas of the training will be provided.

    The training will revisit:

    • Definitions of supervision
    • Models and approaches to supervision
    • Arts Based Integration
    • Exploration of responsibilities and challenges

    PRESENTER

    Vicky Nicholls has a broad range of supervision experience, including 20 years' experience of supervising students from the Master of Art Therapy (Latrobe University) whilst on placement. In her private practice, she supervises art therapists and other practitioners working in a wide range of fields. She also facilitates several supervision groups. She is pleased to offer support to members of ANZACATA.

    When: Friday 16 August 2024
    Time:
    12pm – 5pm AEST (10am HKT & WA and 2pm NZT)
    CPD:
    5 hours
    Where:
    ZOOM
    Cost: $150 (+GST for Australian members)
    Open to: 15 members (Professional ANZACATA-Approved Supervisors ONLY)

    Note: This event will not be recorded.

    Cancellation Policy
    When you register and pay to attend one of our events, you are holding a space on our calendar that is no longer available to other members. In order to be respectful of your fellow members and the presenter, please email Michelle as soon as you know you will not be able to attend the event. We keep our events as affordable as possible and need to pay presenters the fee they request. While we understand sometimes urgent matters come up, if registrants cancel at the last minute, we struggle to pay presenters. A full refund will be given if the cancellation occurs more than 24 hours before the event. If the cancellation occurs less than 24 hours before the event, 50% of your registration fee will be refunded only to defray our costs.

    • 17 Aug 2024
    • 12:00 - 17:00
    • ZOOM
    • 11
    Register

    This training will contain theory, experiential learning, and opportunities for supervision practice, and can be used as either an arts therapy based PD opportunity, or towards registration as an approved supervisor with ANZACATA.  It is best suited to experienced professional members, as it assumes a working clinical knowledge and experience in arts therapy. It is also open to experienced Tier and Provisional members.

    The Training Will Cover:

    1. Definitions of supervision
    2. A variety of models and approaches to supervision
    3. Arts-based integration
    4. Clinical practice
    5. Ethics and Contracts

    In keeping with ANZACATA policy, the course will be 40 hours over 5 sessions (including 15 hours of experiential practice) in preparation for ANZACATA's new requirements of Approved Supervisors in 2024. Participants will be expected to engage in supervision practice with other participants between the online sessions in order to complete the required number of hours to register as an ANZACATA supervisor.

    Presenter:

    Vicky Nicholls has a broad range of supervision experience, including 20 years experience of supervising students from the Master of Art Therapy (Latrobe University) whilst on placement. In her private practice she supervises art therapists and other practitioners working in a wide range of fields. She also facilitates several supervision groups. She is pleased to offer support to members of ANZACATA.

    Cost & Times

    A maximum of 16 members will be admitted to the online supervision training course and the cost is $470 (AUD) for each participant. GST must be added to those in Australia who participate. The course is open to all Professional, Provisional and Tier members, but please note only Professional Members can be on the ANZACATA Approved Supervisor listing.

    When: The event is run over 5 days
    Saturday 17 August,
    Friday 23 August, Saturday 24 August,
    Friday 13 September, Saturday 14 September
    Time: 12pm – 5pm AEST (10am HKT & WA and 2pm NZT)
    Duration: 5 hours each session
    CPD: 40 (25 hours + 15 hours experiential)
    Where: ZOOM
    Cost: $470 (+ GST for Australian members)
    Open to: 16 members (Practising members)

    Please note:
    - This event is now open to all Tier, Provisional and Professional members
    - This event will not be recorded.

    You are responsible for making sure you can attend all sessions of this course. So, do keep your diary free for all dates. We are not able to offer refunds or have you join another time. There is a wait list every time we offer this course. If you do not complete the course, you cannot get your certificate of completion and cannot join our approved supervisor listing.  If a genuine emergency occurs and you cannot complete, please contact Vicky as soon as you can.

    Cancellation Policy
    When you register and pay to attend one of our events, you are holding a space on our calendar that is no longer available to other members. In order to be respectful of your fellow members and the presenter, please email Michelle as soon as you know you will not be able to attend the event. We keep our events as affordable as possible and need to pay presenters the fee they request. While we understand sometimes urgent matters come up, if registrants cancel at the last minute, we struggle to pay presenters. A full refund will be given if the cancellation occurs more than 24 hours before the event. If the cancellation occurs less than 24 hours before the event, 50% of your registration fee will be refunded only to defray our costs.

Past events

21 Jun 2024 Supervision Group for Creative Arts Therapist Supervisors with Amanda Hall
14 Jun 2024 Arts-Based Supervision Skills Training with Vicky Nicholls
14 Jun 2024 Unveiling The Proto-Concept Of Mental Health Immunity: Perspectives Of Art Therapists in Singapore with Pamela Lie
06 Jun 2024 Conversations with Kate
04 Jun 2024 Creative arts-based group supervision with Annette Chauncy
25 May 2024 The Healing Power of Play: Introduction to the Practical Application of Child Centred Play Therapy with Young Children Who Have Experienced Trauma with Aleksandra Gosteva
13 May 2024 Supervising your Peers with Tania Blomfield
08 May 2024 Creative arts-based group supervision for Recent Graduates with Romny Vandoros (Afternoon)
08 May 2024 Creative arts-based group supervision for Recent Graduates with Romny Vandoros (Morning)
08 May 2024 Contracting to ACC for sensitive claims - what you need to know, and how to get started with Tania Blomfield
01 May 2024 Creative Connections: Integrating Neurodiversity Affirming Practice in Creative Arts Therapy with Raelene Dundon
24 Apr 2024 Creative Connections: Integrating Neurodiversity Affirming Practice in Creative Arts Therapy with Raelene Dundon
16 Apr 2024 Importance of Ongoing Clinical Supervision - an el duende and process art informed approach with Sheila Lorenzo de la Pena
04 Apr 2024 Conversations with Kate
28 Mar 2024 Navigating the Intersecting - Sometimes Divergent - Paths of Ethics, Morality and Legality with Dr Dave Gussak
08 Mar 2024 A Creative Approach to Your Self-Review and Planning Process: two-part series with Sally Swain
07 Mar 2024 Conversations with Kate
16 Feb 2024 Tier Member Discussion (live)
02 Feb 2024 Arts-Based Supervision Skills Training with Vicky Nicholls
01 Feb 2024 Conversations with Kate
14 Dec 2023 Arts & Natural Disasters: Do the arts have anything to offer? with Deanne Gray
05 Dec 2023 Arts-based research into identity and community with Dr Ying (Ingrid) Wang
15 Nov 2023 101: Understanding Race and Racism
03 Nov 2023 Arts-Based Supervision Skills Training with Vicky Nicholls
28 Oct 2023 Legal Considerations in Arts Therapy Practice with Annette Coulter
24 Oct 2023 Scaling Your Practice Nationally with Megan Walker
08 Oct 2023 An assemblage of knowing from an artistic holding of mended bodies in pain
06 Oct 2023 ANZACATA AGM
04 Oct 2023 Conversations with Kate
28 Sep 2023 Empowering Open Dialogues About Sexual Health in Your Clinical Practice with Dian Handayani
21 Sep 2023 Keys Bags Names Words, a new documentary about hope in aging and dementia
09 Sep 2023 Graduate research: A heroic journey with Professor Kat McFerran
06 Sep 2023 Conversations with Kate (CANCELLED)
04 Sep 2023 Official Launch of the ANZACATA research report - The Proven Efficacy of Creative Arts Therapies: What the Literature Tells Us by the Minister for the Prevention of Family Violence and Sexual Violence (Aotearoa)
15 Aug 2023 Online Supervision in Asia with Dian Handayani
04 Aug 2023 Bi-Monthly Supervision Sessions for ANZACATA Approved Supervisors with Fran Nielsen
02 Aug 2023 Conversations with Kate
28 Jul 2023 Supervision (Refresher) with Vicky Nicholls
19 Jul 2023 Dancing for fun, fitness, and relaxation: Using participatory research to engage and learn from women in the justice system with Ella Dumaresq
17 Jul 2023 Climate Conversations Training Workshop with Michelle O’Sullivan & Fiona Martin
05 Jul 2023 Conversations with Kate
22 Jun 2023 The Healing Winds of the Vast Ocean: Ngā Hau o te Moananui a Kiwa / Kiva
19 Jun 2023 Climate Conversations: Wellbeing at work and in life with Michelle O’Sullivan & Fiona Martin
16 Jun 2023 Arts-Based Supervision Skills Training with Vicky Nicholls
07 Jun 2023 Conversations with Kate
05 Jun 2023 Diversity in the Arts Therapy Practice. The Mystery of Clients' attachment styles: Core Principles and Strategies for Arts Therapy practice with Aleksandra Gosteva
23 May 2023 Beautiful Highness by Chelsea Plumley
21 May 2023 Beautiful Highness by Chelsea Plumley
12 May 2023 Trans-Affirming Practice Webinar Training
06 May 2023 Building Resilience and Avoiding Burnout: Practical Self-care and Self-preservation Strategies for Creative Arts Therapists with Aleksandra Gosteva
03 May 2023 Conversations with Kate
28 Apr 2023 Archetypes of the Creative Process with Stephani Stephens
27 Apr 2023 Online Supervision (regional/rural) with Penelope James
05 Apr 2023 Conversations with Kate
29 Mar 2023 Get on Board! with Annabel Rattigan
17 Mar 2023 Archetypes of the Creative Process with Stephani Stephens
06 Mar 2023 Online Supervision for recent graduates in Australia and New Zealand with Dr Russya Connor
01 Mar 2023 Conversations with Kate
10 Feb 2023 Arts-Based Supervision Skills Training with Vicky Nicholls
07 Dec 2022 The Vast Healing Oceans of the World: Ngā Wai o te Moananui a Kiwa / Kiva
05 Dec 2022 Climate Conversations: Wellbeing at work and in life with Michelle O’Sullivan & Fiona Martin
02 Dec 2022 Cultural Bridging Workshop with renowned Indigenous Artist Robyne Latham
26 Nov 2022 Diversity in the Arts Therapy Practice. The Mystery of Clients' attachment styles: Core Principles and Strategies for Arts Therapy practice with Aleksandra Gosteva
25 Nov 2022 One Day Supervision (Refresher) with Vicky Nicholls
19 Nov 2022 Scared or Not: Learning from Dynamic Memory Reconsolidation and Arts-Based Therapeutic Change with Dr Noah Hass-Cohen
16 Nov 2022 Citizen Artists and Art Therapists: Social Action and Social Justice with Dr Jordan Potash
12 Nov 2022 Arts-Based Supervision Skills Training with Vicky Nicholls
08 Nov 2022 Conversations with Kate
14 Oct 2022 ANZACATA AGM
11 Oct 2022 Conversations with Kate
10 Oct 2022 Creative Practice: Working Collaboratively with communities (facilitated by The University of Melbourne researchers)
07 Oct 2022 Social Media Success with Megan Walker
07 Oct 2022 Referral Marketing Strategies - Attracting Quality Clients with Megan Walker
20 Sep 2022 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Spirituality with Dr Garry Deverell
16 Sep 2022 Introduction to Sexual Health in Art Therapy with Tanya Burkhardt
10 Sep 2022 Arts Therapy in the Workplace: Supporting clients with practical strategies for navigating difficult and high conflict personality styles at work with Aleksandra Gosteva
06 Sep 2022 Conversations with Kate
20 Aug 2022 Working with clients from the LGBTIQ+ Community: Building further foundations for inclusive and informed practice with Ange Morgan
12 Aug 2022 Cultural Bridging Workshop with renowned Indigenous Artist Robyne Latham
09 Aug 2022 Conversations with Kate
30 Jul 2022 An Introduction to Interactive Drawing Therapy with Annette Coulter
23 Jul 2022 Diversity in the Arts Therapy Practice. The Mystery of Clients' attachment styles: Core Principles and Strategies for Arts Therapy practice with Aleksandra Gosteva
07 Jul 2022 Reflective Practice Course | Violence and Masculinity with Danny Blay
05 Jul 2022 Conversations with Kate
25 Jun 2022 Arts-Based Supervision Skills Training with Vicky Nicholls
18 Jun 2022 Pain and Trauma Drawing Protocols: Research Based Interventions with Dr Noah Hass-Cohen
10 Jun 2022 The Frenzied Dance of Art and Violence: Its Development, Challenges and Content with Dr Dave Gussak
07 Jun 2022 Conversations with Kate
14 May 2022 Introduction to LGBTIQ+ inclusive practice: Starting your journey of learning with Ange Morgan
12 May 2022 Tips from an expert on building a professional practice with Helen Killmier
10 May 2022 Conversations with Kate
30 Apr 2022 Making The Most Of Supervision with Anne Buckingham
28 Apr 2022 Online Supervision (regional/rural) with Penelope James
12 Apr 2022 Online Supervision for recent graduates in Australia and New Zealand with Russya Connor
06 Apr 2022 Online Supervision for recent graduates in Asia with Dian Handayani
05 Apr 2022 Conversations with Kate
31 Mar 2022 Ethical Marketing for Art Therapists with Megan Walker
26 Feb 2022 Arts-Based Supervision Skills Training with Vicky Nicholls
11 Feb 2022 One Day Supervision (Refresher) with Vicky Nicholls
11 Dec 2021 Diversity in the Arts Therapy Practice: Understanding the Person beneath their Culture. The Search for Uniqueness, Wellness, and Cultural Context with Aleksandra Gosteva
09 Dec 2021 What can you see? Arts Therapy with the vision impaired by Kathryn Stevenson
26 Nov 2021 Social Media Essentials with Megan Walker
20 Nov 2021 Facilitating Emotional Literacy and Relational Resilience through Child Centred Play Therapy. An Introductory Workshop for Treating Trauma in Early Childhood
12 Nov 2021 Seeking and providing meaningful apologies with David Moore
15 Sep 2021 Online dramatherapy based group supervision with Joanna Jaaniste
10 Sep 2021 One Day Supervision (Refresher) with Vicky Nicholls
03 Sep 2021 Arts-Based Supervision Skills Training Supreet Chadha
30 Aug 2021 Online Supervision (recent graduates) with Vicky Nicholls
04 Aug 2021 Arts Based Group Supervision Online (regional/rural/remote) with Annette Coulter
28 Jun 2021 Arts Therapy Research Briefing
01 Jun 2021 Online Supervision (regional/rural) with Justine Wake
29 May 2021 Introduction to Child-Centred Play Therapy (Aleksandra Gosteva)
16 May 2021 Focusing on Legal Considerations and Why Clinical Supervision? (Annette Coulter)
08 May 2021 The Covid-crisis as Opportunity for Art Therapy to Engage with Social Theories (Professor Ephrat Huss)
23 Apr 2021 Arts-Based Supervision Skills Training (online)
26 Mar 2021 One day ‘marketing for non-marketing people’ workshop (in Melbourne)
03 Mar 2021 Online dramatherapy based group supervision with Joanna Jaaniste
02 Mar 2021 Online Supervision (recent graduates) with Vicky Nicholls
27 Feb 2021 Online Supervision (regional/rural) with Justine Wake
16 Feb 2021 Balint online sessions with Amanda Garland
28 Nov 2020 Arts-Based Supervision Skills Training (online)
17 Nov 2020 Introduction to the Balint Method
01 Sep 2020 Webinar 3 – Honour your Value
25 Aug 2020 Webinar 2 – Marketing for non-Marketing People
18 Aug 2020 Webinar 1 – Get your creative therapy business off to a great start
01 Aug 2020 Free webinar: Child Centred Play Therapy for Children Who Have Experienced Trauma - Strategies for Helping Children Heal
28 May 2020 Creative Sustenance for Arts Therapists: Fortnightly weekday morning series of three sessions
23 May 2020 Creative Sustenance for Arts Therapists: Monthly weekend morning series of three sessions
07 May 2020 Free webinar: Art therapy in times of community crises
26 Mar 2020 Balint Peer Supervision Pilot Project
05 Mar 2020 Art Therapy First Aid Professional Development workshop BRISBANE
03 Mar 2020 Art Therapy First Aid Professional Development workshop SYDNEY
01 Mar 2020 Art Therapy First Aid Professional Development workshop CANBERRA
28 Sep 2019 Creative Gathering – Guest tickets to the Symposium Party
27 Sep 2019 Creative Gathering – Attendees to Symposium two days and Symposium Party
10 Dec 2018 Monday Masterclasses
09 Dec 2018 Convergence: Cohesion in Diversity, Conference-Sunday
08 Dec 2018 Convergence: Cohesion in Diversity, Conference-Two Days
08 Dec 2018 Convergence: Cohesion in Diversity, Conference-Saturday
07 Dec 2018 Friday Masterclasses
11 Dec 2017 Masterclass 6: Stephen Levine – Monday 11 December
11 Dec 2017 Masterclass 5: Robert Landy – Monday 11 December
11 Dec 2017 Masterclass 4: Ellen Levine – Monday 11 December
2019 – Brisbane Symposium

Creative Gathering

27 to 29 September 2019
Included the 'Festival of Creative Well-being'
Click here to download the programme

2018 – Perth Conference

Convergence: Cohesion in diversity

7 to 10 December 2018
Keynotes: Rainbow Ho and Ephrat Huss
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2017 – Melbourne Conference

Gather Envision Create**

8 to 11 December 2017
Keynotes: Robert Landy, Ellen Levine and Stephen Levine
Click here to download the programme

2016 – Christchurch Symposium

Artful Transitions*

4 to 6 November 2016
Keynotes: Prof Rainbow Ho, Dr Deborah Green and Bettina Evans
Click here to download the programme

2015 – Adelaide Conference

Where the Sand Meets the Sea: New Horizons for Arts Therapy**

17 and 18 October 2015
Keynotes: Lynn Kapitan and Sue Jennings
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2014 – Singapore Symposium

Embracing Ripples of Growth: An International Critical Reflection on the Discourses of Contemporary Art(s) Therapy Research and Practice*

31 October – 1 November 2014
Keynote: Lynn Kapitan
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2013 – Auckland Symposium

Exploring New Pathways: ANZATA/CTAA Creative Arts Therapy Symposium***

26 and 27 October 2013
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2013 – Sydney Conference

Kinship Ties of Creativity: Past, Present and Future*

19 and 20 October 2013
Keynote: Shaun McNiff
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2013 – Melbourne Forum

Birds of a Feather: Taking Flight – Creative Arts Therapy Forum**

6 July 2013

2012 – Melbourne Symposium

'A Bird's Eye View' ANZATA Symposium**

15 July 2012
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2011 – Brisbane Conference

Rivers to Recovery*

11 to 13 November 2011
Keynote: David Read Johnson
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2011 – Perth Symposium

Arts Therapy in Western Australia and Beyond: A Creative Exploration*

14 May 2011
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2010 – Auckland Symposium

Interwoven: Weaving Together the Creative Arts and Well-being**

25 and 26 September 2010
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2009 – Geelong Conference

A Creative Landscape: Arts Therapies by the Bay*

31 October to 1 November 2009
Keynote: Nancy Slater
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2009 – Auckland Symposium

Embodied Sensation: Sustaining Ourselves, Our Clients and the Profession***

28 to 29 March 2009
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* Hosted by ANZATA.
** Hosted conjointly by ANZATA and ACATA.
*** Hosted conjointly by ANZATA and CTAA.

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