Person-Centred Creativity Valley and Vale Community Arts training
Date published: 31/08/2017
Memo Arts Centre - Gladstone Road, Barry, CF62 8NA
11, 18 and 25 September 2017
This course is designed to support the aims and ethos of the Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act 2014. The Act calls for changes in care service delivery with an emphasis on early intervention, prevention and well-being.
This three day course will look at practical ways to use creativity to promote:
person centred care;
- relational work;
- enriched care environments;
- strengths based interventions;
- outcome focused approaches;
- staff wellbeing.
Devised by Valley and Vale Community Arts, Person-Centred Creativity (PCC) combines humanistic principles with a wide range of creative activities to improve participants’ self-awareness, self-esteem and wellbeing.
The ethos and value of Person-Centred Creativity is based on a belief that creativity is a powerful tool for individual and social change.
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For more information and booking visit www.valleyandvale.co.uk
T: 07815 288516 or 01656 729246
Valley and Vale Community Arts have a few funded (ie free) places left - but need to book them asap - so If you, or anyone you know would like to come to our training course, a free place can be booked by calling Nicola Roberts, Vale of Glamorgan training, T: 01446 704713.
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