Movement and nonverbal communication with people with disabilities (Workshop, Edinburgh, February 2012)

This workshop is part of the professional development series The Therapeutic Use of Embodied Experiences – A series of intensive weekends. Led by Ruth Massie, it will be held over Saturday 18- Sunday 19 February  at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh.

These intensive weekends aim to support the development of awareness of relational and personal issues in non-verbal communication and offer embodied knowledge of therapeutic practices with children and adults with diverse abilities to professionals from diverse backgrounds.

Each intensive weekend will run from 10am – 4pm on both the Saturday and Sunday. Participants are invited to wear loose clothes and be prepared for experiential work. Cost: £185 (£130 concessions). For additional questions and to apply, please visit our website or contact Dr. Vicky Karkou. A video about the programme is also available here.

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