Presented by Prof Heinz Deuser | Facilitated by Cornelia Elbrecht
Recorded over one long-weekend workshop, this Masterclass is the most comprehensive and current exploration of the sensorimotor art therapy modality Work at the Clay Field®. Presented by Prof Heinz Deuser, who developed Work at the Clay Field®, this presents the culmination of 45 years of work and research.
Over the course of five sessions participants are treated to a blend of theory, live Clay Field therapy sessions, analysis of both live and pre-recorded sessions by Prof Deuser as well as engaging group discussions. Navigate the video content to view and review sections based on your professional and personal interests.
Prof Heinz Deuser presents the material in his native German language, with professional live translations into English. Cornelia Elbrecht facilitates the discussions and adds observations from her practice with Work at the Clay Field® in Australia.
- About this Masterclass
- Introduction & Theory 1
- Clay Field Session 1
- Clay Field Session 1 Analysis
- Theory 2 - Part A
- Theory 2 - Part B
- Clay Field Session 2
- Clay Field Session 2 Analysis
- Case Example 1 - Child
- Clay Field Session 3
- Clay Field Session 3 Analysis
- Case Example 2 - Adolescent
- Case Example 3 - Child
- Case Example 4 - Adult
- Clay Field Session 4
- Clay Field Session 4 Analysis
- Theory 3 - Part A
- Theory 3 - Part B
- Clay Field Session 5
- Clay Field Session 5 Analysis
- Theory 4
- Clay Field Session 6
- Clay Field Session 6 Analysis
- Clay Field Session 7
- Clay Field Session 7 Analysis
- Conclusion to Masterclass
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