Bristol & The South West

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Training and Continuing Professional Development

Creative Arts Practitioners, Therapists, Teachers, Counsellors, Professional Groups

Are you interested in developing yourself through reflection and creative exploration with your colleagues, friends or peer group?

Do you feel isolated in your practice without professional development or peer support? Are you looking to explore the value of shared practice?

Would you like to experience the possibilities and benefits of a space which offers peer support, reflection on practice and the sharing of current challenges and ongoing professional questions?


Clinical Supervision Training by Relight - Compassionate Professional Development

 Accredited by ADMPUK

Facilitated by myself and my colleague Linsey Clark DMP, (Private Practitioner & Clinical Supervisor) this training invites you to develop your capacity and skill to become a Creative Clinical Supervisor. Through the exploration of your own reflective and embodied practice, synthesised with relevant Supervision and Creative Arts Therapies theory, you will be facilitated in an artistic and compassionate environment.

This training integrates theory drawn from both Dramatherapy and Dance Movement Psychotherapy modalities.The course will take place over 9 weekends in a tranquil and urban therapeutic community, providing beautiful and calm surroundings in which to walk, be still, reflect and create together.

This training is for Arts Psychotherapy practitioners, counsellors and healthcare professionals who have the relevant experience to move towards a Clinical Supervisors role. Dance movement psychotherapists must be on the Private Practitioner Register and other creative arts therapists are encouraged to first contact their association or professional body. 

For more information, an application form or to answer any queries contact us on relightcreatively@gmail or find us on Facebook

Training & CPD:

I also offer a range of workshops and trainings on various subjects, including:

  • Therapeutic Storymaking
  • Working Creatively with Special Needs & Challenging Behaviour
  • The Importance of Safety & Care in the Therapeutic Space
  • Storytelling with Children or Adults
  • Using Drama as a Therapeutic Tool in the Classroom
  • Teacher-in-Role; Acting in the Classroom

Professional Development:

  • Communication & Listening Skills
  • Honesty and Feedback in the Workplace
  • Peer Support & Team Building
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Safe working practices with vulnerable people

Bespoke Workshops:

If there is something that is specific to your group or organisation that you would like to address through dramatic or creative means, please contact me to discuss this further.



Rosie Strain Dramatherapist

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