Applied Integrative-Systemic Psychotherapy.
Making a difference to the lives of children & young people.
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Do you want to make a difference to the lives of children, young people, families and communities? Find out about our courses at the Wellbeing Faculty
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Are you looking for qualified Child Therapeutic Wellbeing Practitioners? Contact us to find one in your area.
If you are interested in one of our courses, then join us for a free open day and interview including presentations and workshops. This includes consultation on your personal and professional development needs as well as reflection on a range of possible placement opportunities.
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The Benefits of Applied Therapeutic Thinking in Wellbeing Education, Fostering the Human Potential of Children and Young People
We all want our children to be happy and it is hard to know what to do when they are not. Our Child Therapeutic Wellbeing Practitioner has helped our son to recognise and manage his feelings of anxiety and isolation. Her support and insight has helped us as a family to communicate more effectively and so understand and support each other better. Our Child Therapeutic Wellbeing Practitioner is an important part of our lives.
From the mother of a child aged ten receiving mentoring from a Child Therapeutic Wellbeing Practitioner in the independent sector
and young people through mentoring, key-working and creative group work
Child Therapeutic Wellbeing Practice can be applied in the context of any creative and relational activity including: sports, arts, leisure, communications technonlgy and complementary health. Examples have included: theatre-making, film, painting, cycling, music, poetry, drumming, cooking, dance, gardening, yoga, football, drama games, martial arts, carpentry, sculpture, boxing, singing, jewellery making, water play, cricket, puppetry, computer games, walking, adventure play, sailing, sewing, nature activities, creative writing, story-making, journalism, sand play, tennis, origami, basketball, weaving, massage and many more.