Using Imagination as a Tool for Enlivening the Life Forces of Hospice Patients
With Anne Tandree
Dates: Friday 22 – Sunday 24 July 2016
Through artistic exercises, presentation of case studies and conversations, we will explore the value of creativity and imagination for patients with a life limiting illness. By having an overview of different illnesses from diagnosis to end of life we will endeavour to develop a ‘heart perceiving’ in the realm of creativity. This will help to awaken our compassion and deeper understanding of the needs of human beings.
This course will use a range of arts of singing, movement, painting and creative writing. Learning to enjoy one’s own gift of imagination is a portal to facilitating the joy of creativity for others.
Anne Tandree, C & G dip. Art Therapy, CAHSC. She has worked as a therapist in a drug rehabilitation community, a Steiner School and hospice.