4.14 (500 reviews)
☑ Through the (1500) discussions - the potential is unlimited!
☑ 450+ art therapy exercises!
☑ Virtual Reality and Art Therapy
☑ A combination of DBT and Art therapy skills to improve mental and emotional health
☑ How art therapy helps you resolve complicated feelings, or find ways to live with them
☑ How to achieve the Oxford Diploma in Art Therapy
☑ Using a film as an example, how painting is therapeutic
☑ 55 Practical exercises done in real time
☑ How art therapy helps you communicate and express yourself,
☑ Art therapy and Mental Health
☑ Fundamentally you will learn about yourself - and how to heal
☑ Art Therapy and astronomy
☑ How to become an Art Therapist (see workbook)
☑ 22 workbooks in total
☑ ASMR and Art Therapy
☑ Free access to an International Art competition
***** ***** SEVENTY NEW LECTURES WERE ADDED IN MAY 2021 ***** ***** *****
Important notice: This course is run as a huge class. There are 1400 posts in the Q/A as people post there work, discuss theories, case studies, Art Therapy Exercises and then share the artwork done. If you do not like discussion and participation then this is not for you but if you like this unique approach - 60 posts a day! - and want to be part of a large 'family' then enrol.
NO ADD ON COST FOR THE OXFORD DIPLOMA. (Bronze, Silver and Gold)
Note: Course image submitted by a student on the course.
Much of the information, case studies and examples in this course are nowhere else on the internet. So a lot of this work (but not all) is ORIGINAL. Where appropriate, published studies are references and websites linked to.
Another real strength of this course is the degree of participation in the Q/A section as people show how they really enjoy studying on this course, posting examples etc. Questions are quickly commented on and the overall ethos is to share and learn...and enjoy...
TWENTY-EIGHT IMPORTANT SECTIONS!
1. Please watch me first. This introduces you to how the course is run and the importance of posting in threads. (There are 1400+ discussions!)
2. Maximising your enjoyment of the course
3. The Oxford Diploma. The Diploma awarded (if you meet the extensive criteria) by the Oxford School of Learning. (It's at no extra cost!)
4. (Optional) 7 day English course
5. Art Therapy
6. Art Therapy on Set - Art Therapy exercises on a film set.
7. Distress Tolerance (DBT)
8. The Joy of 22 (Art Therapy Exercises)
9. Art Therapy and the Solar System
10. Art Therapy and Stress
11. A man, a van and art therapy
12. 31-day Art Therapy Challenge!
13. Art Therapy and Telehealth
14. (Optional) September Blues
15. Art Therapy for the Homeworker
16. COVID and Art Therapy
18. 'Positive' reviews
20. Student successes!
24. Learning and Mind Maps
25. (Optional) Improving your English
26. (Optional) 12 Days of Christmas
27. By students; for students. (Student Artwork)
28. Bonus video.
FOURTEEN Workbooks as follows:
125 page Workbook which includes analysis of paintings submitted by students on this course.
Christmas Art Therapy
Art therapy and Depression
Making or just doing
Art Therapy, Anxiety and Depression
Art Therapy and Mindfulness
Coping with the 2020s
Make the 2020 one of joy
30 day challenge
Art and Anxiety
"This is a phenomenal instructor and the course is exceptional. The instructor has a very soothing voice which creates a very comfortable learning environment. The way the material is presented in this class is very refreshing, authentic and inspiring. Everything is clearly laid out. This has been one of my favorite classes I've taken on Udemy so far. I highly recommend this class to anybody who would like to learn more about mindful art therapy."
- Marie Pi
This is a course unique on Udemy.
Not because of content - many courses have'therapy' as part of the curriculum. What makes this course unique is the use of films and plays - in which the Instructor acts/writes/directs - that have been shown at festivals and/or performed in London UK, Poland, Czech Republic and at fringe festivals in the UK
By the use of theatre/film we explore the use of painting and art as a whole, in dealing with depression. BUT we also look at MANY examples of Art Therapy exercises. (370+)
The content is part anecdotal - using the Instructor's experience as a theatre director and actor in films - and part based on research. Published studies are referred to, in support of the points made.
So this is a course for those who are academically interested but also those who wish to try and experience how art therapy may be used to overcome depression.
Questions and discussion are encouraged. Comments on Educational Announcements are welcome...
The course also includes a workbook covering the following:
Mind Mapping and Setting the Scene
Links and further reading
From my students…
Four Exercises to do
100 Further Ideas
Working with Tom
Using art to guide adults
How to do Art Therapy at home
Art Therapy and stress
Analysing your own drawing
Art therapy and mental illnesses
Can I do art therapy on my own?
Art Therapy Interventions
A special section on Art Therapy Resources and also Becoming an Art Therapist
A whole new section has been added: DBT Distress Tolerance (Art Therapy and the use of Prayer)
THIS COURSE INCLUDES ORIGINAL ARTWORK SUBMITTED BY STUDENTS THAT APPEARS NOWHERE ELSE ON THE INTERNET
Workbook: Art Therapy for the Elderly:
Challenges for the elderly and how Art Therapy may help
The benefits of an Art Therapy programme for Seniors
The Creativity and Aging study
Benefits of Art Therapy for Seniors and points to bear in mind
Some Art Therapy exercises – chosen by you – that would be beneficial to Seniors
Therapeutic Thematic Arts Programming for Older Adults Method
(Optional) 7 Day Business English Course for those needing to improve in English
Day One: Ask for Help
Day Two: Watch and Listen
Day Three: Write Down Words and Phrases
Day Four: Practice as much as you can (Part 1)
Day Four: Practice as much as you can (Part 2)
Day Five: Make time to study
Day Six: Five Websites
Day Seven: In conclusion
Oxford School of Learning Diploma
About the Diploma
Viewing art - part 1
Viewing art - part 2
Making or just looking...(pt 1)
Making or just looking...(pt 2)
The most beautiful painting
Art and Mindfulness
Beautiful Painting (Full film)
Part II - Art Therapy on set
The Allegory of Prudence
Unnamed film - drawing in the dark (part 1)
Unnamed film - pt II
Unnamed film pt III
Unnamed film pt iv
Unnamed film pt V
Part II: Distress Tolerance: Prayers and Art Therapy
The Joy of 22
How to do Art Therapy - the Joy of 22
Common uses of Art Therapy
Exercises - Scribbling
Spontaneous Images Journal
Self-soothing Image book (pt 1)
Self-soothing Image book (pt 2)
You've now done three exercises...
Designing a self-portrait (pt 1)
Designing a self-portrait (pt 2)
Analyzing your work
Using Social Media (pt 1)
Using Social Media (pt 2)
Using Social Media (pt 3)
Using Social Media (pt 4)
Using Social Media (pt 5)
Frederick - Panic
Interview actor (NIghtnurse) - 1
Interview actor (Nightnurse) - 2
Interview actor (Nightnurse) - 3
Affirmations on the outside - effects on the inside (pt 1)
Affirmations on the outside - effects on the inside (pt 2)
Affirmations on the outside - effects on the inside (pt 3)
Affirmations on the outside - effects on the inside (pt 4)
Poems - a collage of thoughts and words (pt 1)
Poems - a collage of thoughts and words (pt 2)
Visual starter - go with the flow (pt 1)
Visual starter - go with the flow (pt 2)
On the set for the film 'It's OK'
Art Therapy and Domestic Violence (pt 1)
Art Therapy and Domestic Violence (pt 2)
What of sex abuse? (pt 1)
What of Sex Abuse? (pt 2)
A lot of information (pt 1)
A lot of information (pt 2)
Art Therapy and the Solar System
Art Therapy and the Solar System - 1
Art Therapy and the Solar System - 2
Art Therapy and the Solar System - 3
Art Therapy and the Solar System - 4
Art Therapy and the Solar System - 5
Art Therapy and the Solar System - 6
Art Therapy reduces stress. Stress is a major risk factor for stroke...
Day Seven: the full film
Day Seven: Art Therapy derived from the film
Day Twenty-four (pt 1)
Day Twenty-four (pt 2)
Day Twenty-four (pt 3)
Day 32 (pt 1)
Day 32 (pt 2)
I've only experienced a few minutes so far, but I agree, people ask the same question over and over. There's always one that keeps the class held up for one more question, that's already been answered.
I found that the lecturer was very much in awe of his own voice, way too much of him being an actor and not enough actual information about Art Therapy. I learned very little that I didn't know, but what I did learn I am grateful for. The best part of the course was when he wasn't speaking.
interesting, good to know that interaction is encouraged, looking forward to diving in, Great introduction.
I'm taking the course to continue healing and learning new tools to help me with my traumas as well as learn pass this knowledge on to others living with trauma.
Well it is early on but I think Chris is very good and personable and strong where he needs to be to get the ideas across as need.
I enjoyed this course as it was very relatable and the resources provided is something that can be used and implemented at any time.
The guy presenting is the most boring I have ever listened too. Plus I don't get what all that first part was about, it had nothing to do with art therapy.
The delivery is flat and I don't get the relevance of monopoly therapy. Looking forward to diving into the topics.
Not sure why the Monopoly game excerpt was added. Ready to just get on with the actual content of the courses!
Poor audio quality. I'm being represented with factoids when what I was hoping for was to learn how to lead art therapy sessions!
I feel like course is really very helpful to people who don’t know how to write, this can be a therapy where people themselves will feel free and interested in doing. It can also be helpful to understand a person more better with the help of art as many of them fail to express their problems or emotions verbally. Basically I myself am very curious to learn how art can help people come out of depression and other problems and looking forward to learn and grow alot with the help of this course
It does intrigue me to keep going, though I am not sure how in depth this is going to be. I also need to look around on how to access the additional materials.
Unable to make a conclusive decision about how relevant the spoof drama was in relation to art therapy but willing to stick with it and hoping all will become clear as the course progresses.
This course has been very interesting so far. There were some lectures that have been informative and will be taken into my own personal life. I really enjoy the workbooks that come with the lectures as they are also informative with articles linked to them. The activities are great because I can use them with my own students as well. I have used some actğivities that were mentioned before and I have had positive responses for them. I really enjoyed Section 8 about stress factors as it was informative. Chris has been very positive in answering questions or giving feedback on comments. Thank you.
I just started the course and I am very excited to be part of the program. This course will help me improve in my work and in my education and will help me to have more understanding about Art Therapy.