Integrating Creative Arts into Your Practice Workshop with Ani de la Prida

Creating art is therapeutic. It can help with stress, trauma, mental health and wellbeing. Creative...

Last updated 3 May 2024

Creating art is therapeutic. It can help with stress, trauma, mental health and wellbeing. Creative arts can help with processing emotional material

Course Content

Integrating Creative Arts into Your Practice Workshop with Ani de la Prida

Presenter

Ani de la Prida

Ani is a psychotherapist, creative arts counsellor and supervisor who brings a person-centred and pluralistic philosophy to her work. She is passionate about creative approaches to therapy and training. She has over twenty years’ experience working with children, young people, adults and groups. Her experience includes working in schools, drug treatment programmes, probation services, offender programmes, EAP for Essex Police and Essex Fire Services, and she currently has a small private practice.

Ani is the founder of the Association for Person Centred Creative Arts where she is course director, and is also a senior lecturer at the University of East London. Ani has worked on several projects for the BACP and is an Executive Member of the Private Practice Division. Her research interests include creative arts in therapy, digital media in therapy and pluralistic practice.

The Pluralistic Therapy Primer (PCCS Books 2021)

What Works in Counselling and Psychotherapy Relationships (BACP 2020)

The Handbook of Counselling Children and Young People (Sage, 2018)