Making a difference is important to me.
As an Art Therapist, I work in a person-centred way through a strong social justice lens. This means creating a safe environment where you can bring your whole self to co-create the therapeutic experience you deserve.
Inclusivity is important to me; my experience extends to all ages and diverse cultural backgrounds. I believe that we have an inherent value that cannot be diminished through our own or others’ actions. This core principle is the foundation of my therapeutic practice.
I am grateful to have had the support and opportunity to complete a Bachelor of Fine Art at the National Art School and a Master of Art Therapy at Western Sydney University. I am passionate about the impact that Art Therapy can make – it can be the difference between surviving and thriving.
My primary areas of experience are in gender and sexuality exploration, neurodivergence, mental well-being, aged care, and grief and loss.
I enjoy spending my time photographing my cats, making art, exploring nature, listening to an eclectic mix of music, and talking to my plants.