Creative Action Methods (South) or CAMS, is run by Noelle Branagan and Sue Orton. They met at the British Psychodrama and Sociodrama Conference 2010 and found they had a shared passion for developing creative action methods training and consultancy in the south of UK. CAMS is the result.
Noelle is an experienced and inspirational group facilitator and psychotherapist. She brings a lightness and joy to her work which belies the depth and breadth of her 25 years experience working in mental health, addiction, education and business. Developing spontaneity and creativity underpins her facilitation. www.change-in-action.com
Sue has been facilitating process based creative action learning for 30 years. She makes learning a creative, lasting and active experience, in which the person truly finds out about the ‘how of things’. She works as a Computer Coach for the technically terrified, alongside her work with CAM and work as Associate Tutor for University of Sussex. She draws from her work as a national learning and teaching adviser, her humanistic psychology and special education training and background, and a deep passion and interest in sport, music and weaving. www.sueorton.co.uk
Her publications include: Groupwork Practice in Social Work (Transforming Social Work Practice)