London, National Council For Voluntary Organisations
Saturday, 20 May 2017
09:30 - 17:00
Performing arts mental health has recently been the welcome focus of much attention in the media and throughout the industry, and with increasing numbers of mental health professionals joining our Directory of Practitioners, we’re planning a series of events sharing informed perspectives in this area. We’re starting this programme with our May 20 Training Day focusing on Anxiety. Registration is now open.
BAPAM Training Days are aimed at healthcare practitioners and are a platform for sharing professional expertise and good practice, supporting a network of performing arts medicine professionals. They are also of particular relevance to people working in arts education, employment, welfare, and support. All are welcome but for performers and other groups wishing to learn and share practical skills for healthy, optimal performance, we’ll also be building on our programme of workshop-based sessions though 2017. We’ll keep you up to date on future events.
BAPAM Registered Practitioners who wish to attend should note that they now qualify for the lower ‘BAPAM Authorised’ price bracket.
Our programme includes presentations on:
Diagnosis & Management of Anxiety Disorders
Techniques for anxiety management in performers
Performance Anxiety: research and practice using the Performance Simulator at the Centre for Performance Science, Royal College of Music
Perfectionism: the good, the bad and how CBT can help
Performers’ experiences: interviews and Q and A with performers
Arts Minds Project – Research Findings
Speaker details, full information and tickets available now on the event page - Book Your Place Now