I’ve been working as an Arts psychotherapist and supervisor for over fifteen years in clinical and educational settings.
My approach incorporates using different art forms alongside the familiar talking method as a way of exploring themes in a less cognitive way. I’m passionate about using a holistic approach to well-being, one which incorporates all aspects of the person, mind, body, and soul.

Creative supervision uses different mediums such as drawing, writing, role-play (exploring the roles we play) and body awareness, to engage the senses and imagination in the reflective process. By encouraging the supervisee to go beyond the formal demands of their professional role it can help bring a fresh perspective to their practice.
The people I work with are often surprised at the results their creativity can bring, and the way this can transform their working relationships.