Being an art therapist is an opportunity to use creative expression and visualisation to make positive changes in people’s lives. If you are considering becoming an art therapist, it is important to understand what Art Therapy entails and what it takes to become a supportive therapist.
I work with those who are on a quest to live a meaningful life, full of wonder, peace and the joy of being self-expressed to bring their own unique gifts to the world.
Art is said to be the externalised map of our interior self. In other words, art can be used to help us translate our feelings from thoughts to physicality. A recent 2013 study ‘The Art Therapy and Happiness Project’ provided valuable insight into the power of Art Therapy and its connection to happiness. While many […]
Whether its sculpting something out of clay, creating a collage or painting with vivid colours, Art Therapy is an effective and beneficial way to express and assess emotions and overcome challenges. Whether you are going through a time of transition or suffering from depression, there are a range of benefits that Art Therapy has to […]