This Art Psychotherapy programme is responsible for the delivery of the first postgraduate in Art Psychotherapy course in Scotland and the first MSc in Art Psychotherapy award in Europe. Staff members have excellent international links and are involved in collaborative projects with other institutions of higher education across the world.
Meet some of the art psychotherapy team, if you are interested in applying for our course.
Date and time: Wednesday 24th February 2016 in room 64 from 16.30 to 18.30pm .
If you wish to attend please contact: email@example.com
Master of Science in Art Psychotherapy (International)
The Faculty has a substantial community of students studying art therapy at Foundation /Short Course and Masters Level. Study is supported by the following staff;
Dr. Margaret Hills de Zarate : Senior Lecturer and programme leader (Full time)
Module Co-ordinator for OM163 & OM165 Interdisciplinary Studies
Research Interests: Cross cultural art therapy with a particular interest in Latin America and developing communities.
Katrina Millhagen : Lecturer , Admissions Tutor and Academic Disability Student Coordinator for Art Psychotherapy (Full Time)
Module Co-ordinator for OM171 & OM172 Practice Placement 1 & 2 . Research Interests: Relational Psychoanalysis & Art Psychotherapy. Borderline Personality Disorder & effectiveness of Art Psychotherapy
Dr. Jane Burns : Lecturer (Part Time 3 days)
Module Coordinator for: OM175 Clinical Project. Research Interests: Older People, Dementia and Autism.
Margaret Temple : Lecturer (Part Time 1 day)
Module coordinator for: OM173 Art Psychotherapy Theory and Skills & Interpersonal Learning Groups Research Interests: Relationship forming in early life and its importance across the life cycle. Art based research
Adrienne McDermid-Thomas : Lecturer (Part Time 1, 5 days)
Research Interests: Forensic Mental Health Services, Adult Mental Health
Sheena McGregor : Lecturer (Part time 2 days)
Contributions to Interdisciplinary Studies 1 & 2
Research Interests: Children and Families, Fostered and Looked after Children, Children with Life Threatening Illness.
Dr Derek Santos : Senior Lecturer
Module Coordinator for: PM051 Research Methods
(Please note: all inquiries re: Research Methods should in the first instance be addressed to Dr Margaret Hills de Zarate)
For further information please contact:
The Admissions Office
Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh
Queen Margaret University Drive
Tel: 0131 474 0000
Fax: 0131 474 0001