Training & Accreditation
I worked for my masters as an art psychotherapist in Goldsmiths University London, and I am a fully accredited member of IACAT.
I constantly keep updating my training as its important to keep up to practice. As a genuine curious person, I continue to take part in trainings on a regular basis.
Words are often lost on us and can’t be found to describe thoughts and feelings, but the processes involved in image making and the images can help us explore.
Art often allow us a form of communication without words.
Art therapy is a form of psychotherapy that allows the client to use art as a primary mode of expression and communication. There is no need to have any previous experience in art!
I believe in working collaboratively with the client.
Understanding that each individual is unique this time is centered around client’s personal preferences and needs both short-term and long-term.
My aim as an Art psychotherapist is to create, non-judgmental therapeutic space, which would allow us to work collaboratively, creatively and openly together in a safe and comfortable environment.
Experience & Areas of Interest
My personal experience has brought me on a long journey, meeting many different walks of life. I have experience working with a variety of individuals covering a wide range of issues.
I have a special interest in working with people with special needs and learning disabilities.