Conference Overview

Please find below an overview of the programme for the Creative Bridges Conference 2017.

If you would like to view a more comprehensive list of the programme days, including descriptions of each session and biographies of the presenters please follow the below links:

Click here for Saturday’s programme.

Click here for Sunday’s programme.

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Creative Bridges: Working with Words for Wellbeing

Day One: Saturday 29th July

10.00am- 10.30 am Registration
10.30am – 11.00  am Introduction: Caleb Parkin & Richard Axtell, Metanoia & Lapidus
 Strands Research Writing with people affected by trauma Writing in groups Good practice and evaluation
11.10am-

12.30 pm

The Tiger Who Came to Tea: Playing with the potentiality of research impact – by Tony Wall

Chair: Barbara Bloomfield

CWTP and Acquired Brain Injury: notes on delivery – by Louise Emma Fellows

Chair:  Lorna Hill

The Group As Poem: Writing for Well-being in the contexts of Modernism, Post-modernism and Beyond – by Graham Hartill

Chair: Christina Shewell

A Fine Balance: Preparing and Supporting the Creative Writing for Therapeutic Purposes (CWTP) Practitioner –by Claire Williamson

Chair: Nicola Sinclair

 

12.30pm – 1.30 pm Lunch and Poster Presentations
1.30pm – 3.00 pm  Creativity and Research – How do they go together?-  by Kim Etherington

Chair: Tony Wall

Poetry as First Port of Call for Newly Arrived Childrenby Cheryl Moskowitz

Chair: Louis Emma Fellows

Group Work in End of Life Care – by Helen Stockton

Chair: Graham Hartill

Feedback Informed Practice – by Nigel Gibbons

Chair: Victoria Field

3.00pm – 3.30 pm Break
3.30pm – 5.00 pm Sounds and Words in Brain and Body: Connections to Well-being by Christina Shewell

Chair: Kim Etherington

Writing With Women – by Lorna Hill

Chair: Cheryl Moskowitz

Playdough and Understanding Externalising Devices – by

Barbara Bloomfield

Chair: Helen Stockton

Improving client well-being through multidisciplinary team working: Writing for well-being group intervention –by  Susan Ferry & Nicola Sinclair

Chair: Nigel Gibbons

5.00pm – 5.30 pm Plenary: Claire Williamson & Lapidus
6.30pm – 11.00 pm ?Possible Evening event – open mic to be confirmed.

Day Two: Sunday 30th July

10.00am- 10.30 am Registration
10.30am – 11.00 am Speaker: Charmaine Pollard
Strands Research Writing with people affected by trauma Writing in groups Good practice and evaluation
11.10am-

12.30 pm

Well words: An autoethnographic and heuristic study exploring language inspired by the well archetype and the impact of CWTP at the Chalice Well –by Dawn McHale

Chair: Kate Pawsey

The paper isn’t judging – by Jeannie Wright and Dr. Ravi Thiara (PANEL)

Chair: Georgie Oldfield

Memory and metaphor – group work with bereaved adults  – by Jane Moss

Chair:  Dolly Garland

The Use of Creative Writing as an adjunct to  self-management techniques on an inpatient Chronic Pain Management pilot study by Roshni Beeharry

Chair: Lily Dunn

12.30pm – 1.30 pm Lunch and Performance Poet
1.30pm – 3.00 pm Poetry Therapy and the Therapeutic Effects of Metaphor for People Diagnosed with Psychosis – by Karoliina Maanmieli and Elisa Auvinen

Chair: Dawn McHale

Voice & Witness: Rethinking creative writing pedagogy for mental health- by Carolyn Jess-Cooke
Chair : Jeannie Wright
‘Refugees Writing in Wales’ – 2003-2017 – by Eric Ngale Charles;

Chair: Jane Moss

Roots and Branches of Good Practice – Into the Woods – by Victoria Field

Chair: Claire Williamson

3.00 – 3.30 pm Break
3.30 – 5.00 pm Non-Sense? Play, Pointlessness, Pens and Points in Research and Creative Writing for Therapeutic Purposes by Kate Pawsey & Fiona Hamilton

Chair: Elisa Auvinen

The benefits of therapeutic journaling in the treatment of PTSD and chronic pain – by Georgie Oldfield

Chair: Carolyn Jess-Cooke

Meet Your Muse – by

Dolly Garland

 

Chair: Eric Ngale Charles

Creative Writing: Is it time to challenge the distinction between writing well and writing to get well? (Panel) – by Lily Dunn

 

 

Chair:  Roshni Beeharry

5.00 – 5.30 pm Plenary: Clare Scott & Metanoia