Who is an Art Therapist?

A  Mental Health Professional, that holds an MA level qualification in Art Therapy. They provide a safe space and a confidential therapeutic relationship for clients. Here the clients are supported in expressing their feelings around difficult issues through the art process.

 

Art Therapists witness the images created and assist their clients in using these images as a form of symbolic language that aids in self-exploration and self-discovery.They support the client in the personal growth needed for healing and change to take place.

Where do Art Therapist work?
  • Hospice
  • Treatment Centers
  • Mental Health & Social Service Agencies
  • Hospitals, Clinics & Prisons
  • Community Centers & Schools
  • Long term Care Facilities
  • Shelters
  • Companies & Organizations for Staff Development
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