You’re in the right place if you:
Are struggling to feel motivated and inspired at work.
Are stressed, anxious, and overwhelmed without the support you need.
Feel like an imposter, preaching mental health without prioritizing your own.
Are exhausted and numb from having too many balls in the air.
When I’m not off painting rainbows with my kids and getting stuck in glitter and scissors, paint and clay, I’m an experienced and Accredited Mental Health Social Worker and Sensorimotor Art Therapist who works with children, adolescents, women and families. I can help when you experience difficulties managing the demands of day-to-day life. Including the impacts of depression, anxiety, personality disorders, trauma and relationship problems.
On a personal level, being creative has changed my life and opened me up to divine insight about myself. It allows me to express my inner world and helps me to integrate it into my outer world.
Through creative expression I have been able to heal old wounds, free myself of past worries and opened my heart to truly knowing, understanding and loving myself for who I am. This has allowed me to open my heart and invite new things to come my way. I now share this passion with women and children to help them on their path to positive growth too
Here's everything you get when you purchase the Creative journaling online course
"Such a great idea to reflect on self, focus on needs and wants, and uncover what I need more of in life, in a creative format"
“Such a journey for me starting with the intent to ground myself. It’s helped me reconnect with myself.”
Focus is on:
Focus is on Self-care:
Focus is on Safe place:
Focus is on ‘Who’s in my world’:
Focus is on one word or image:
Focus is on Values, beliefs
Focus is on Gratitude:
Focus is on Reflection:
It’s normal to feel like talking about how you feel can only get you so far. Engaging in creativity via art therapy can aid recovery. It helps you to express yourself, focus, relax, connect with other people and at times share your story. Here’s how art therapy might be able to help.
Here's everything you get when you purchase the Creative Journaling for a reflective YOU
If you set aside an hour each week to attend the workshops you will learn strategies to feel calm, energised and connected to your creativity AND have valuable techniques to use with clients.
Absolutely not. Creative Journaling for Helping Professionals is for everyone. You don’t need to be ‘good’ at art — or even think of yourself as a creative person — to have fun, explore your experiences and express yourself through this online retreat.
Creative Journaling, will teach you creative skills to tap into yourself and tools you can then use with your clients. It WON’T teach you specific art techniques and practices.
It's about your creative process not so much about what the art work looks like.
You’ll need something to make your art on. Like a journal or paper. And you’ll need something to make your art with for example watercolours, pastels, paintbrushes, pencils, textas or collage materials.