EXPERIENTIAL PHOTOTHERAPY WORKSHOPS
facilitated by psychosocial art practitioner Marcus Boyle
- Step out of your comfort zone and expand your creativity.
- Integrate Mindfulness into your creative process.
- Address self-doubt that sabotages your best creative interests.
These fun and engaging workshops promote universal well-being with three healing forces – connectedness, creativity and co-creation. In the workshops Marcus Boyle creates a playful and safe space and helps participants overcome personal limitations and unlock new creative pathways. Book a one-day workshop or go deeper by booking two-days.
Whether to recover your creative self or to dissolve barriers preventing your creative practice from expanding, let Marcus guide you through the experience of nurturing creativity by developing a safe space within yourself.
Psychosocial art practitioner, Marcus Boyle has facilitated over 200 PhotoTherapy workshops and delivers weekly workshops working with clinicians in mental health units. Alongside his therapeutic art practice Marcus has 20 years experience as a TV Director and a Masters in photography.
Combining photography, therapeutic and mindfulness practice, the workshops offer a playful group experience, that allows you to develop self expression while exploring new creative possibilities.
Cost: £55 for the full day.
“Marcus is a remarkable artist with a special gift for encouraging the creativity and success in others by accompanying them out of their comfort Outcome zone and into connected, co created, outstanding work. I support his mission wholeheartedly!”
PaulSunderland – Addictions Psychotherapist, TEDx speaker, Consultant and Trainer.
Clinical Director: Outcome Consulting Limited
“Marcus is highly skilled at creating a safe and supportive space within which to not only push creative boundaries but also to work through challenging personal issues. My photography practice is richer for having done them, and I cannot recommend them highly enough.”
Paul Romans – PR, Photographer
“I was lucky enough to take Marcus’ one day course and really enjoyed the atmosphere of shared creativity and personal exploration. Everything was up for grabs, anything seemed possible, and I thought the group produced interesting work, shed some inhibitions, and made good new friends from a real range of different backgrounds. Highly recommended!”
Sam Anthony – TV Producer and Photographer
“Found my sense of freedom behind the camera, atruly remarkable experience.”
Daniel Tremain MIRP – Managing Director, Allied Recruitment Services
09:30am – 10.00am: ARRIVAL
10.00am - 11.20am: Check-in, meditation & exercises
11.20am - 11.35am: BREAK
11.35am – 1.00pm: Inquiry assignment
1.00pm – 2.00pm: LUNCH BREAK
2.00pm - 3.30pm: Main assignment
3.45pm – 4.30pm: Review & print images
4.30pm – 4.45pm: Closing down session
I may contact you 1-week prior to the workshop requesting you bring afew items. It really depends on what the assignment is for that workshop.
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
This workshop is for all ages from 16+, all are welcome as everyone has creativity.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
The venue: Top Floor, EASTBOURNE HOUSE ARTS, Bullards Place, Bethnal Green, London E2 0PT.
Press the buzzer marked ‘PhotoTherapy Workshop’ when you arrive and pull the left door when you are buzzed in.
Please note the studio is on the 4th floor, and there is no lift, so let me know if you will have access needs and we can discuss options.
Nearest tube: Bethnal Green tube on the Central Line, 8 mins walk. (see map above)
Street parking in the area is free at the weekend.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Best to contact: [email protected]
What's the refund policy?
If you can’t make the workshop for any reason we willdefer the payment to a future workshop of your choice.
Some of the workshop may be documented using video and photography. If you have any questions or would rather not be filmed please letme know and we will make sure you are not included in the footage.