Due to a very high amount of phone calls from individuals, who do not want me to contact their G.P. or named person in charge of their care, I have decided to only take referrals from registered professionals (care/healthcare/educational etc.) It cannot be stressed enough that I have a duty of care and I must… Continue reading I Will Only Accept Third Party Referrals Only
Here are some of the creations made by the group members who participated in the Art Therapy Taster Session held yesterday, at the Scout Hall in Plumstead. It was definitely a productive day!
Taster Session Update Thank you for your patience regarding the taster Art Therapy session I will be offering. The organisers of the health event at the Glyndon Community Centre have scaled down the amount of different services that will be available on the day. I have been invited to offer my Art therapy taster… Continue reading New Date to be Offered for Taster Session
I will be taking part in a health and wellness day at the Glyndon Community Centre in January 2018 (date to be confirmed) I will be offering an taster session (open Art Therapy group) as part of the wellness day. Please feel free to come in and see what is on offer! GLYNDON COMMUNITY … Continue reading Taster Session
I have had many phone calls and texts (all fake requests) regarding querying Art Therapy. I would like to point out, I am not wasting my time energy or phone costs in this activity. It is all down to the caller. People are even going as far as asking for requests via our registration body.… Continue reading Hoax Electronic Communication for Art Therapy
You are totally in charge of and responsible for your own life, your own healing and your own creative journey. firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com +447762782114 (UK) The best form of contact Art Therapy inquiries ONLY All sales calls will not be answered/declined and all unsolicited sales text messages will be reported and blocked All numbers will… Continue reading Following a recent telephone call
The art made in an Art Therapy session is often messy, chaotic, even terrifying. It can appear tangled up, squashed, splatted, spilled, torn or even destroyed or binned. The mess left behind in a finished session is equally creative. The creations can be made quietly or extremely noisily depending on the meterials used. The artwork… via… Continue reading Art Making, In Art Therapy