Learn about Interactive Drawing Therapy at USQ workshop

LOCALS can learn more about Interactive Drawing Therapy at a workshop at the University of Southern Queensland on Wednesday night.

A USQ spokeswoman saidhuman service providers would gain more insight into the methods and principals of the practice at this month's human services professional development session.

USQ Fraser Coast lecturer Nathan Beel said the IDT interactive workshop would be presented on-campus by accredited instructor Florence Ee.

"Florence uses IDT as her main framework in her counselling work," he said.

"She has used IDT for six years to effectively process grief and loss, anxiety issues, personal relationships and supervision.

"IDT is a process that helps clients access the wisdom of their own unconscious as a means for resolving issues and releasing growth.

"It is a respectful, gentle, safe, and flexible approach that is effective for clients in any stage of change or from any culture."

This workshop is part of a series of monthly human services, psychology and counselling professional development sessions hosted by USQ Fraser Coast.

Details

  • When: 6:30pm to 8.30pm, Wednesday, April 9
  • Where: USQ Fraser Coast, 161 Old Maryborough Rd, Hervey Bay
  • Cost:: $20 (USQ students $10)
  • RSVP: Register online at http://www.usq.edu.au/frasercoast/professional-development


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