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Creative interventions - primary school

Creative activities with traumatised primary school children

  • Ended
  • 3 500 South African rand
  • Online via zoom

Service Description

Date: 15-16 September 2022 Closing date for registration 1 September 2022 Cost: ZAR3500-00 This workshop is aimed at providing participants with an wealth of creative techniques, as well as a four step therapeutic process that can be applied during interventions with traumatised primary school children. The following aspects will be addressed: ¬ Four step therapeutic process during therapeutic work with traumatised primary school children ¬ Step 1: Understanding the traumatised primary school child’s world (assessment tools and questionnaires) ¬ Step 2: Building ego-strengh and coping skills through creative activities (activities for setting boundaries, understanding safety and tricky trauma behaviour – learning self-acceptance and self-love) ¬ Step 3: Processing the trauma through expressive creative interventions (telling the story through creative activities) ¬ Step 4: Repair, reframe and moving from victim to thriver (creative interventions for creating a life beyond the trauma) The workshop will consist of theory and experiential exercises that can be applied to address above-mentioned themes. These techniques will be integrated within the theoretical framework of the specific developmental challenges of the primary school years, as well as special needs in these children as a result of trauma, attachment issues, loss, the quest for identity and increasing the coping strategies of primary school children in difficult circumstances. Bank details for direct deposits: Account name: Red Shoe Training (PTY) LTD Bank: Standard Bank Account number: 422216305 Branch code: 055534 Branch: Brandwag Please send prove of payment to rindablom@gmail.com International participants can request a Paypal invoice at rindablom@gmail.com


Contact Details

+ 0824414783

rindablom@gmail.com

Kameeldoring Draai, Woodlands Hills Wildlife Estate, Bloemfontein, South Africa