Place Category: Psychiatrist
For children, art therapy is imperative in order to provide opportunities for them to project, express and share the challenges that they might be experiencing, especially when considering their limited language facilities. For teenagers and young adults, art therapy offers a fundamental avenue in which to explore transitional hurdles such as identity, occupation and relationships in a safe and non-judgemental environment. For adults, the arts can be a refreshing and energetic way to acknowledge and address concerns, traumas and significant life changes, including grief, loss, health and migration.
With a focus on narrative identity, art therapy might look like an investigation of hopes, traumas, and values, through art modalities such as painting, drawing, storytelling, drama and sand play. It is a direct but gentle process that acknowledges our experience so that it can be felt, known and integrated into daily life, to instigate positive change.
I accept individuals as the experts of their own experience and companion them on their journey to co-create an inquiry of purpose, discovery and understanding. I believe that the arts can offer a richer perspective than thinking and talking alone, providing artists with the opportunity to reflect on, and interact with their story with creative precision.
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