4 August 2023
This course introduces Creative Psychotherapy (CP) to those seeking a deeper understanding of human nature, and experience how creativity enriches and enhances our knowledge, perception, and emotional intelligence. During this course, students will actively experience the methods of practice and learn about the principles of CP.
The course is led by Stavroula Fylachtou who has completed her MSc in Art Psychotherapy at Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh, Scotland. Stavroula has worked with people with autism, epilepsy, Down syndrome, and severe mental health problems.
The course is open to anyone interested in learning about the basic principles of Creative Psychotherapies. Students should be prepared to explore their own inner world and gain a further understanding of human nature.
No prior coursework or experience is required for enrollment. Rather than receiving instructions directed towards specific competences, participants will engage in guided exploration and experience. The course method draws on the students willingness to actively participate and look at their inner landscape rather than passively learn about theoretical models of psychotherapy. The only precondition is keeping an open mind on creativity and self-expression.
Participants will learn to use creative-work as a tool for communication and exploration of the subconscious. They will develop a better understanding of the self and the social environment.
EUR 400: Early-Bird Course Fee (until 31 March 2023)
EUR 450: Regular Course Fee (after 31 March 2023)