We are excited to have invited Diana Kayafa, Art Psychotherapist (HCPC, BAAT, EFAT) & Clinical Supervisor (BACP), founding Member of the Greek Developing Group for the International Association of Analytical Psychology, to teach a class on ‘Working in (Art) Therapy with Dreams’.
Dreams have fascinated psychologists and psychotherapists since the birth of the profession. Dreams are rooted in the unconscious and therapists work with the dream fragments to encourage the integration of the dreamer.
Using an analytic lens, we will explore the subject of dreams and their significance in art therapy. We will discuss various avenues of working with the dream and the dreamer. The talk will be followed by an experiential part where you will be invited to ‘dream your dreams on’.
Date: 19/3/2022 (Saturday)
Time: 7:30 – 9:30pm HKT
Fee: HK$250 (Professional member/ Associate Member)
HK$300 (General member)
Enrolment: scan QR code in attached poster or click the following link to complete application (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1As89ohCVXsTdYL_5-MVJVTbXLRT_gR4ffstmBq8Rd80/edit)
Bio of Diana Kayafa
Art Psychotherapist (HCPC, BAAT, EFAT) & Clinical Supervisor (BACP), founding Member of the Greek Developing Group for the International Association of Analytical Psychology.
Diana is the Programme Leader of the MA in Art Psychotherapy (University of Roehampton, UK), lecturer at Goldsmith’s university (2013-2021), and a Guest Lecturer for a variety of institutions such as Society for Analytical Psychology. She is a lead figure in the development of art psychotherapy in Europe. Her clinical expertise lies in palliative care while she has worked extensively in child and adult mental health. Diana maintains a private practice in London and online for supervision and art psychotherapy services where the cultivation of the conditions for creativity is key to the work.