We are currently able to offer one to one adult Art Therapy An initial consultation meeting will be needed before committing to ongoing sessions. To make contact and talk about your options go here.
Art Therapy is a form of talking therapy which uses art materials within the space to explore complex emotions and gain understanding and insight. This method can also be useful to address experiences or concerns which may not been resolved by other approaches. The relationship with your therapist and the art created within the sessions are the key focus, and no artistic experience is required. This method can be especially useful with things that can be difficult to verbalise or discuss openly. Claire is a full BAAT (British association of Art Therapy) and HCPC (Health and care Professions Council) registered practitioner.
Supervision (Clinical and Non)
Claire currently offers clinical supervision to other Art Psychotherapists (training and qualified). She can also offer project based support for creative practitioners who do public facing delivery. If you and your work needs some supervision support - please get in touch using the button below to talk to us ab out your needs. Learn more about supervision on our blog post here.
Arts in Health Consultancy - Practitioner Training and Support
Through our experience in arts in health fields we more than happy to share some of our experiences and knowledge with others. In a freelance capacity, we know that sometimes our continued professional development can be a focus or maybe your working team would benefit from something creative - fostering problem solving and self expression.
Some of our training sessions include:
'Bolstering Your Creative Practice' and 'Bid Writing and Project Funding (the basics)'.
These sessions are sometimes run in a public domain (currently via zoom) or are available to be delivered and/or discussed within corporate or work based environments to develop your team.
Please get in touch if you would like some bespoke training designed to meet your requirements for your working team.