Art Therapy is another form of psychotherapy which uses a mixture of talking and art making to help people express their thoughts and feelings.
You don’t have to be good at art or even have a particular interest in art to benefit from Art Therapy. A therapy session isn’t an art lesson either. The aim is for the client and therapist to work together using the art materials to explore what is happening for the client. It can be particularly useful for those people who may find talking about their experiences difficult and struggle to find the words to express how they’re feeling.
Safeline’s Art Therapists/Psychotherapists have completed a recognised masters level training and undertake accredited training in working with survivors of sexual abuse. They are registered with the British Association of Art Therapists (BAAT) and are State registered with the Health Care Professions Council (HCPS).