If your child is struggling with issues such as trauma, bereavement, anxiety, or an important transition, creative therapy offers an alternative to talking therapy.
Creative therapy is client-lead, ensuring each child's therapeutic journey is adapted and tailored to suit their individual needs.
How it works...
My work is underpinned by a firm belief in the power of the arts and play in therapy.
Children are given the opportunity to explore their thoughts and feelings in a confidential and imaginative way, held safely within the context of the therapeutic relationship.
Through play, drama, stories and art, children are encouraged to find new ways to approach any difficulties they may be experiencing.
Children are seen for a 50 minute weekly session, on a one-to-one basis. The length of the therapy will depend on the issues requiring attention - the work can be time limited or open-ended.
Sessions take place in Finchley, London.
Please get in touch to discuss how I may be able to support you and your child.
I’m Carys, a qualified drama & movement therapist based in North London. I trained in the Sesame Approach to drama & movement therapy at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
I have worked with children and young people for 18 years; as a workshop facilitator, an actor in children's theatre and for the past 8 years as an Arts Therapist.
Alongside my private practice, I work for St. Vincent's Family Project running one-to-one therapy sessions in Westminster Primary Schools.
Areas of specialism include:
Bereavement & loss
Emotional & behavioural problems
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