Creativity for Wellbeing
Managing Anxiety and Depression
Depression is a serious mental health issue in today’s world. It occurs in all age groups and in all parts of society. It affects one fourth to one third of women and one sixth of men sometime in life. Art Therapy is a safe and effective way to express and work through the underlying concerns of the subconscious. Take control of your depression and feel better in your every day life.
Great for Children
The art therapist uses art making and play to engage and communicate with children. This is a natural and comprehensible way for children to communicate, develop and grow. Emotional regulation, increased self esteem and developing a sense of identity and belonging are common developments for children .
Building confidence and skills development
Art making in the presence of the therapist results in personal development through skills development. Contained in a safe space decision making skills, problem solving and cognitive re-organising are played out and refined during the art making process. The art therapist guides you on a journey though creativity and supports you to find your own meaning to your symbology and mark making.
Self discovery and identity
Creative expression enables people to gently tap into the unconscious to reveal underlying issues, challenges or blockages. Communicating with our inner selves can liberate us from grief, trauma and fear. This is so for all people of all ages.
Art Therapy is a versatile modality for everyone who would like support with their mental health and wellbeing. With a combination of talk and art making you will be guided and supported to explore your self and express your self. No artist ability required.
Private confidential service.