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drawing + BEYOND

CPD experiential workshop on SAT 22 JUN 2024

Blackburn, Lancs.

MAX 8 participants.

Booking is Essential to secure your space.


Fee : £70 pp

SAT 22 JUN 2024 : 10am - 3pm

Drawing materials will be supplied, along with refreshments such as coffee, tea, and sandwiches.


Training for Counsellors
Haydock House
Haydock Mews
Pleckgate Rd, Ramsgreave
Blackburn BB1 8RP

In the meantime, feel free to explore this website, my BLOG, exhibitions, my therapeutic work, and my MA by Research

Join us for an immersive exploration of the practice of drawing and its significance in therapy. This workshop, inspired by a Fine Art Studio experience, will blend various approaches to delve into the fusion of [seeing + being + making] in order to uncover the intersection between aesthetic appreciation, therapeutic healing, and critical analysis.
Whether you are a professional, artist, student, scholar, or enthusiast, this event offers a chance to investigate the essence of drawing, the role of phenomenology in art, the communicative power of drawing, and its relevance in therapy settings.
Drawing materials will be supplied, along with refreshments such as coffee, tea, and sandwiches.


This course is aimed at : both Qualified and/or in-Training Therapists, Art Therapist and Clinical Supervisors + Artists + those interested in Drawing & Creative Practices + Phenomenology + body response & affect theory + just curious people ready to try smth different.

Attendance will earn you a certificate evidencing 5 hours of CPD.

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Matilde Tomat is an award-winning artist, writer, psychogeographer, and eclectic psychotherapist. Her practice evolved from the inquiry on loss to the discernment of past events, the idea of posterity, the concepts of Truth and the discernment between Seer and Seen. A lover of silence, she is intrigued by hidden connections, synchronicities, and the mystical. Her Practice-led MA by Research at York St John explored the encounter with the Divine in the act of drawing. Currently, she is researching upper palaeolithic rock art through the lenses of phenomenology of caves and Jungian archetypes to explore the emergence of consciousness for her PhD at Bangor University. She has exhibited extensively in the UK and Italy. Her books are available on Amazon. [IB, MRes, MBACP, MNCPS]

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