Creative Arts Therapy
Presenters: Drew Holman and Jodie du Preez
Drew and Jodie utilize the Creative Expressive Arts Modality in their work with the students at Bellavista School. Jodie predominantly works with individual clients, with a key focus on identity development. Drew facilitates small group interventions with a focus on social skills. The pair work within the psychotherapy team and facilitate the school’s ‘Bounce Back’ and S.T.A.R.T. program in the Foundation Phase. Drew and Jodie have a passion for the use of creative expressive techniques in a therapeutic setting. This webinar will explore the use of creativity as a tool for emotional development.
14 September 2022 @ 19:30pm-20:30pm SAST
1 HPCSA point applies
No recording will be available for this webinar
About the Presenter
Drew Holman-Fitzpatrick is a Clinical Social Worker at Bellavista School. Drew completed her undergraduate social work degree at the University of the Witwatersrand in 2017. She furthered her studies by completing her Master’s Degree in Clinical Social Work 2021. The clinical component of her Master’s Degree furthered her interest in Creative Expressive Art Therapy, while her research
focussed on Resilience Theory. Drew is trained in the use of Multi-Sensory Therapeutic Environments and has completed the Feuerstein Instrumental Enrichment Course.
Jodie du Preez is a Drama Therapist at Bellavista School. Jodie completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Pretoria, majoring in Psychology and Criminology. Jodie was able to explore her interests in Creative Expressive Arts Therapy and subsequently completed her Masters
of Arts in Drama Therapy. Jodie has completed the Feuerstein Instrumental Enrichment Course.