To have the space to play is a basic human need at all ages and stages. It is as basic as our need for survival. We need play to thrive, to continue growing and being fully alive and present to ourselves, to others, to the world around us. Thus, as Clinical Child Psychologist, Dr. Honey Carandang would say, “Play is a moral obligation.”
Join us as we listen to An Mercado-Alcantara, writer, innkeeper turned clay artisan and her journey toward her Clay Storytellers on November 28, 2015, Saturday, 8:00-12:00 noon, Environmental Science Institute, Miriam College, QC. Experience, hands-on, how clay can be a fun experience that can lead to healing and self discovery.
A panel of reactors will provide an introductory input on clay, play and expressive therapy:
Ma. Caridad Tarroja, Phd,
Priscilla Fernando, MA,
Marisa Marin, MA,
Belinda Morales, MA.
Open to Everyone! Parents, Students, Professional working with individuals and groups, Teachers, Counsellors, Psychologists, Individuals seeking self discovery.
Seminar fee: Regular Rate – PhP 800
Early Bird – PhP 700 (till October 28)
Members – 600
Students – 500
Limited slots, please register:3 CPE points
Registration Procedure: Please deposit payment to BPI CA# 009603-0048-06
Write your name and contact details on the validated deposit slip and email to firstname.lastname@example.org. For further inquiries, text or call +63916-435-4662