‘art is where life most readily transforms itself, the zone of indetermination through which all becomings must pass’.
I am a registered art psychotherapist providing both long and short-term therapy to adults and children in my private practice. I also work in schools with children who have worries too big for them and who struggle with learning, and I run art therapy programs with UTS Insearch assisting new students transitioning from high school to university.
I am also a practising artist, fine furniture maker and teacher.
Finding the right therapist is an important decision. If you would like to make contact, I would love to hear from you.
BA Communication, University of Technology Sydney
BA Fine Art, National Art School
Masters Art Therapy, Western Sydney University
Registered Art Therapist, ANZATA
Member ANZATA and IARPP
How long is an art therapy session?
Standard sessions are 1 hour in duration. Prior to a child commencing art psychotherapy, an initial consultation with one or more parents/guardians is recommended and these consultations are normally up to 1:15 in duration.
Do I need to have any art experience or skills before starting art therapy?
No previous art making experience is required.
Do I need to bring anything to the session?
All art materials will be provided.
What happens if I need to cancel a session?
Cancellation requires 24 hours notice or full payment for the session will be required.
Are sessions confidential?
Safety, trust and confidentiality are all integral to the way I work. I will only share the content of a session with a client’s permission or if I believe a client is at risk of harm or self harm, or in the event of a court order.