BIG DISCOUNT until APRIL 30th, 2018
Amazing Art Retreat in BALLINA NSW
Psychologists, Counsellors, Artists and any person who wants to use Art techniques in a Therapeutic way, all are welcome!
ART THERAPY RETREAT! June 15, 16 & 17, 2018
NOW the Cost is: $850.00 per person payment before April 30th
Payment after April 30th: $1.100.00
Full cost includes:
- Accommodation in a cabin, sharing room, two persons per cabin, two nights. Linen. (Accommodation in tents or Tipi please contact us).
- Friday lunch & dinner
- Saturday all the meals
- Sunday included lunch
- Art Therapy classes
- Art materials
- Morning Yoga classes
- Final Certificate
At this Art Therapy Camp, you will be able to learn and enjoy creative ways of working with clients and groups, using Clay, Paintings, LandArt, and more.
Enjoy this ART THERAPY CAMP in a SPECIAL natural venue in BALLINA Beach Village retreat! NSW.
Facilitated by Yaro Starak & Gemma Garcia, Directors of the Gestalt Art Therapy Centre & Artists!.
Do not miss this opportunity!
WE WILL PROVIDE ALL THE ART MATERIALS
During this ART CAMP you will study:
- The experience of extensive range of Art materials & techniques adapted to be used with clients.
- Get some ideas from this Art Camp like how to incorporate art with clients in Therapy sessions
- Discover different ideas and adapt them in the therapeutic context.
- Express yourself, play, investigate with techniques and materials, this is the only way you will gain ways of working creatively with a client or group.
- Learn when, why and how to use specific techniques in the context of the client's age, situation, level of the therapeutic process or working theme of your client.
At this ART CAMP you will practice:
- Working with Acrylic painting & Water Color
- Using Clay
- Exploring Land Art
- Mixed media
- Spiritual Rituals
The Art work as the focus of Art Therapy:
- Working with Self-esteem
- Working with the polarities of the light/ shadow aspects
- Working with trauma
- Working with families
- Working with kids
- Working with couples
- Group work
Note: We are not doing Individual or Group Therapy. This Art Camp has the purpose of training in Art skills. We have a Gestalt focus, but the goal of the Art Camp is investigating materials used in Art Therapy sessions that can apply to any style of therapy.
All the participants are welcome, if you are Psychologist, Counsellor, Therapist, teacher, Artist, this ART THERAPY CAMP would offer you the Art therapy skills. If you are not, you will be able to experiment with Art as a Therapeutic approach.
Any person interested in participating can pay in three stages:
- Full payment $850.00
- or Two payments, $425.00 each
- or Three payments, $284.00 each
$850.00 before April 30th,2018
First payment ($425.00) before April 15th, 2018
and the second payment ($425.00) before May 15th, 2018
First payment before March 15th, 2018
Second payment before April 15th, 2018
Third payment before May 15th, 2018
Payment by paypal has a 4% of commission, applied to the cost
Available Transfer Bank (Ask us for the Bank details to: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Each price is per person
The amount is in Australian Dollars
IMPORTANT: Please read Cancellation policy at the Registration form
Any questions please feel free to contact us. email@example.com
04 2151 4907
The venue of the Art Therapy Retreat
BALLINA BEACH VILLAGE- NSW
- All the reservations must be organized by Gestalt Art therapy centre
Ballina Beach Village
440 South Ballina Beach Road
SOUTH BALLINA NSW 2478
Airport Pickup option
Pick up from Ballina-Byron Airport & buses by arrangement.
Must book 48hrs in advance.
*Fees not included in the Art Therapy retreat package.
Ballina is located on the Pacific Highway and was established on the northern shore of the Richmond River near Cape Byron, Australia’s most easterly point, in the 1840s. Ballina boasts some of the most beautiful surfing beaches and picturesque headlands on the east coast of Australia, such as Angel’s Beach. It is approximately 750 km (466 mi) north of Sydney and 205 km (127 mi) south of Brisbane. It is home to the World’s Largest Prawn (made of concrete and fibreglass).
Ballina is situated on the mouth of the Richmond River, which was an important transport route for the region for the first 100 years after settlement. The river and its estuaries abound with marine wildlife and are used for recreational fishing and water sports.
Ballina has a number of famous “landfalls” associated with it. In 1928, Charles Kingsford Smith’s plane, the “Southern Cross”, crossed the coast over Ballina after its epic journey across the Pacific. Ballina had a festival associated with the event during the 1970s and 1980s, and a school in East Ballina bears the name “Southern Cross”.
In 1973, the Las Balsas rafts were towed into Ballina by fishing trawlers after their journey from Ecuador. They had planned to arrive in Mooloolaba in Queensland, but currents forced them off their course. Their journey was almost twice as long as the Kon-Tiki expeditions of 1947 and proved that people could have travelled across the Pacific in ancient times.
A branch railway line connected Ballina with the Casino-Murwillumbah Railway at Booyong. The line was opened on 24 August 1930 and closed on 12 January 1949.
- More Information- Phone Number: 0421 514 907