Art Therapy

Development Project

Art Therapy

Our Art Therapy programme gives a confidential space to explore thoughts feelings and experiences. It uses a form of psychotherapy with art materials to help give shape to thoughts and feelings, when perhaps words cannot be found. No prior experience of art is necessary!

  • One to One Art Therapy 
    • Can be helpful when a group feels unmanageable or overwhelming. Clients can work in depth with an Art Therapist for up to a year.
  • Closed Art Therapy Groups
    • We run 4 long-term groups. These groups run in 12 week blocks with short breaks for people to leave or join. Groups can help people share and reflect on similar issues and feel heard and understood. 

Above: Our Art Room in the Centre

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If you or someone you care for is facing a crisis and in distress, please contact NHS 24 on 111 or your GP directly.

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Training Calendar

Upcoming Training

September 2017


Personal Safety 

Tuesday 5 September-half day                        

Mental Health Awareness

Thursday 7 September - half day

Working with Media

Monday 11 September - Full day



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