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Sat 30 Oct 2010, 10:00am–3:00pm

Where: PEETO - Multicultural Learning Centre, 147 Hereford St, Christchurch

Restrictions: All Ages

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Listed by: Peet

The Russian Cultural Centre of Christchurch invites children to an art therapy session with professional psychologist, Viktoria Varlamova and artists Tatiana Bojenova, Timothy Mark and Daria Rybakova (

About Viktoriya Varlamova:
Viktoriya is a seasoned psychologist who has been working with children and teenagers for many years. She has a Master of Science in Psychology and Pedagogy diploma from the State University of Saratov (Russia), graduated as a Psycho-diagnostic and psychotherapist from Behterev Institute (Russia) and has a Master of Science in Psychology (University of Canterbury). She is currently working as a Senior HR/OD Consultant at Polson Higgs (Dunedin).

What is the art therapy?
Art therapy is a non-intrusive therapy aimed at building, restoring and maintaining the mental, emotional, physical and spiritual well-being of people. Based on the belief that the creative processes involved in self-expression through the arts are healing and life-enhancing, art therapy combines psychotherapeutic support from a therapist with the exploration of issues using art materials and practices. It is a powerfully liberating and helpful therapeutic modality. As art media are used as its primary mode of communication, art therapy is suitable for individuals of all ages, cultures and abilities.

Disasters, by their very nature, are extremely disruptive to people's lives in addition to the injuries and property destruction they cause. Also, the psychological effects can linger for years, long after the physical damage has been repaired. Although many psychological studies have focused on children, there is one aspect of this important topic that has never been addressed – how to begin psychological support in the field immediately after the disaster.

Contact details for enrolment: Anna (Anya) Filippochkina 03 940 9482, 02102687922

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