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Therapeutic Fairy Tales – new books!

Launching soon is Pia Jones and Sarah Pimenta’s new trio of Therapeutic FairyTales exploring how nature can support children and families through different feeling states. Into The Forest is for children with anxiety; The Sky Fox for children feeling isolated;…

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Silverlinings Brain Injury Workshop

On the 6th December 2018, I had the privilege to deliver an art therapy workshop to a client group from the Silverlining Brain Injury Charity.    Their mission states their goal is; "to unite, engage and rehabilitate all those affected by brain injury…

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Rainbows, splatters and planets

London Art Therapy Centre was delighted to run a workshop for children with Stargardt’s eye disease, a progressive condition which affects the central vision in both eyes, on 15 September 2018. The Stargardt charity were themselves running a session alongside,…

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Shine On – The Many Facets of Glitter

Article edited by Hephzibah Kaplan with written contributions (initialled) and more from (in alphabetical order) Fawzia Afifi, Elisabetta Cittadini, Auriel Eagleton, Elaine Zaple Gulliver, Louise Higgs, Pia Jones, Sally Skaife, Taylor Smart & Colleen Steiner Westling. Photographs by Pia Jones.

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The Birth Event

By Hephzibah Kaplan On one weekend in January 2018 London Art Therapy Centre hosted Professor Susan Hogan and her colleague Kate Phillips for a special 2-day event to learn and reflect about their work on the Birth Project they have…

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Why art therapy?

by Auriel Sarah Eagelton Auriel Sarah Eagleton looks at what neuroscience has to say about the benefits of art therapy  When asked about his experience of art therapy, a young boy with dyslexia replied, “I feel proud”, while gesturing to…

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Noah’s Ark Creative Workshop

On 15th February 2017 London Art Therapy Centre was invited to run a half-term workshop for Noah’s Ark Charity. There were 20 families invited which meant parents, siblings, carers and wheelchairs in a big space totaling about 80 participants. Art…

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