Tickets are as follows:
Professional IACAT Members €100
Public including members of other Creative Arts/Arts Therapies Organisations €100
Non-Practicing Members (select Student option)
Associate Members (select Public option)
Student Members €45
Tickets include a refreshment on arrival and lunch.
All the conference details and presenter and workshop facilitator descriptions and bios can be found on the Frontiers website:
Nisha Sajnani, PhD RDT-BCT
Director, Drama Therapy Program | Theatre & Health Lab | Arts & Health @ NYU | Creative Arts Therapies Consortium, NYU. Founding Co-Director, Jameel Arts & Health Lab established in collaboration with the WHO. New York University, New York, United States
Metaphor as a Bridge: Uniting Art Therapy and Brianspotting in Relational Trauma Work: Hannah McKimm
"Time Lived Without its Flow": Working Therapeutically with Pregnancy Loss: Claire Flahavan
When Words are Not Possible: How Art Becomes Another Language in a Medical Setting: Michelle Dunne
Setting up a Music Therapy Service for Pain Management in the University of Limerick Hospitals Group: Katie Fitzpatrick
Neuroscience Made Simple: Art Therapy and a Trauma Informed Care Framework: Gerry Lee
Revisioning the Triangle: Therapeutic Presence and Attunement: Marianne Adams
Using a Quality Improvement Framework and Extensive Research Studies to Develop an Integrated Creative Art Therapy Service within a Specialist Rehabilitation Interdisciplinary Programme at the National Rehabilitation Hospital Dublin: Rebecca O'Connor, Louise Quinn, Dee Gray and Shane Cassidy
Neurosequential Bottom-Up Approach to Trauma Repair: Rachael Johnson
Working in the Dark: Jennifer Slater and Anne Marie Walker
Breathing Bodies: Bernadette Divilly and Anna Fiona Keogh
Exploring your Publishing Potential with Polyphony: Journal of the Irish Association of Creative Arts Therapists: Maggie O'Neill and Rowena Keaveney
Border Crossings: Eileen Mccourt, Liam Plant, Deirdre Ni Argain, Dave Stewart, Janet O'Hagan, Caryl Sibbett, Suzi Cahn, Maeve Keane
The Community Table: MTU and UU Art Therapy Trainees
Life Stories on Paper: Joanne Boal
Potential Spaces in Virtual Places: Áilbhe hEidhin (Hines)
Rebalancing Workshop: Adrienne Cassidy
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13th
Late Afternoon Studio Tour, Technological University (TU) Dublin, East Quad
Please contact Pamela Whitaker for more information and to secure a place.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13th
6:30 pm dinner at The Blas Cafe at the Chocolate Factory.
25.00 Euros and Pre-Booking Required.
Please contact Pamela Whitaker for the pre-booking link.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13th
12:00 pm Tour and Studio Art Making at the Irish Museum of Modern Art.
The conference is generously supported by Technological University Dublin, School of Art and Design.