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Working with clients from the LGBTIQ+ Community: Building further foundations for inclusive and informed practice with Ange Morgan

  • 20 Aug 2022
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This workshop is designed for those who already have some familiarity with some of the aspects that impact the lives and inclusive practice needs of LGBTIQ+ communities and contexts, or who have completed the ANZACATA LGBTIQ+ introduction workshop held in May. We will explore particular questions and areas of focus specific to increasing awareness and capacity within your arts therapy service.

Description: Working with people who identify as part of the LGBTIQ+ community will be part of all our practices as arts therapists, regardless of where we work and if we are aware of these identities for our clients or not. Participants will explore current and historical aspects of challenge and pride relevant to people from the LGBTIQ+ community; utilise an arts based reflective process to explore connection, difference and identity, and be supported to consider practical and theoretical aspects of best practice in relation to informed service delivery for members of the LGBTIQ+ community.

Informed by the local regions of workshop participants, we will explore particular situations of relevance to your location and practice context and consider how the current socio/cultural/political climate may impact the people you work with.

Mode, duration and delivery of workshop: Zoom; 2 Hrs; a mixture of content delivery, group interactive workshop and art based reflective work will be utilised during the workshop.

When: Saturday 20 August 2022
Time: 12pm - 2pm AEST (10am HKT, 2pm NZT)
Where: Zoom (zoom link will be sent in the registration confirmation email)
Cost: $70 (+GST for Australian members)
Duration: 2 hrs
Max: 15 participants maximum (minimum attendees 10)

PRESENTER

Ange is an art therapist and art therapy supervisor practicing in Naarm/ Melbourne in Victoria, Australia and identifies as trans and non-binary. They have over 12 years' experience in clinical practice and have additionally been engaged in lecturing postgraduate art therapy students and in delivery of group and individual supervision. Ange has worked in areas including adult mental health, homelessness and family violence across a range of settings. Ange holds research interests in art therapy in the service of people experiencing homelessness and has also explored ways in which arts-based processes can support aspects of gender transition and foster connectedness in situations of change and diversity, presenting and publishing on these areas of focus locally and abroad; they continue to work with and advocate for the potential we have in research, education and practice within the arts therapies to create and foster more inclusive spaces for all. .

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