Lauli Moschini - Curriculum Vitae

Job Title:           Art Psychotherapist                        

Qualifications:  MA. Art Psychotherapy (2006)
                           Art Therapy Foundation (2002) 
                           PGDip. - The Prince’s Drawing School (2002) 
                           BSc. Social Anthropology (2000) 

Professional     British Association of Art Therapists (BAAT) 
Bodies:

Professional     Health and Care Professions Council (Reg. no. AS09485)
Registration: 

Employment     2009-2012        Art Psychotherapist, Woodside Therapists
record:              
2008–present    Art Psychotherapist, Orwell Park School
                          2006 – 2007      Art Psychotherapist (Honorary) 
                                                    Norfolk and Waveney Mental Health NHS Trust

Experience                                            

Clinical
I have wide-ranging Art Psychotherapy experience in a variety of clinical settings in the NHS (both in Child and Adolescent and Adult Mental Health Services), education and private practice.  Children and young people I work with typically can be self-harming, have low self-esteem, mood disorders, anxiety and phobias - the underlying issues often being trauma or loss (e.g. family breakdown; bereavement). I also work with attachment issues, including with children who are looked after by the Local Authority. I work closely with the families and others involved in the care of the young person. This helps them support and adapt with the changes being made in therapy. I join colleagues of other disciplines as we work jointly with children and families. I have varied experience of facilitating Art Psychotherapy groups with siblings, Looked After Children, acute inpatient and extended day care groups. 

Supervision / Consultation
As well as undertaking regular clinical supervision, I run a peer supervision group with other art psychotherapists working with children and adolescents in mental health.

Teaching / Training
I conduct regular training workshops with teaching and pastoral staff to promote better understanding of difficulties encountered by young people. The training aims to raise awareness in participants and equip them to provide appropriate support.

Continuing Professional Development
I am committed to fulfilling the CPD requirements as set out by my regulating body, the Health Professions Council. As well as keeping up to date with relevant literature, this involves regular participation in seminars and training workshops. I am a member of various special interest groups within my professional body.