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Creative Art Therapy - Don't be BLUE Project - Sandwell Early Help Partnership

by 4 Community Trust

About our activities / service

Accessibility details Fully accessible.
Opening hours 7,30am-6pm Monday to Friday

Opening days

Morning Afternoon Evening
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Creative and Play Therapy allows C&YP to express their emotions and develop the tools they require to cope with their challenges. The program will include the following: • Lego therapy (based on the principles of 'serious play' shown here • Art Therapy is another form of psychotherapy that uses a mixture of talking and art-making to help children express their thoughts and feelings. • Music therapy is using music to address a group or individual's physical, emotional, cognitive, and social needs. We will employ a variety of activities, such as listening to melodies, playing an instrument, drumming, writing songs, and guided imagery. This programme works well with young children because many cannot communicate emotions through talking therapies. Our staff engages the child in creative activities and encourages them to express their feelings through the action they perform through conversing with the child. #SEND

Staff qualifications MSC Psychology Art Therapy Lego Therapy
Genders All
Age focus 4 year olds, 5 year olds, 6 year olds, 7 year olds, 8 year olds, 9 year olds, 10 year olds, 11 year olds

About the organisation

4 Community Trust will further or benefit the residents of Sandwell and the their neighbourhoods, without distinction of gender, sexual orientation, race, religion, politics or other opinion. By associating together, residents, the local authority, voluntary and other organisations work to advance education and to provide facilities in the interests of social welfare, for recreation and leisure time. The object is: 1. The advancement of education, training and employment of children and young people, resident in the relevant area. 2. The preservation and protection of health among children, young people and their families, resident in the relevant area. 3. The provision of childcare and youth activities for children, in the relevant area. 4. The provision of inclusive activities for children and adults with special educational needs and their families, in the relevant area. The relevant area is defined as those parts of Birmingham and the Black Country area which are designated as being deprived under the lower super output area.

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