Art Therapy - Private Session

Art Therapy - Private Session
If you or someone you know is interested in attending an Art Therapy session, the first step is to make an enquiry about an Initial Assessment or speak to us via our contact page.

Art Therapy is a form of creative psychotherapy that combines personal expression and psychotherapeutic theories. 

Art Therapy is beneficial for a wide range of emotional, self-esteem and mental health needs and it is suitable for adults, teens and children. No previous art experience or skill is required for Art Therapy.

During an Initial Assessment, the client has an opportunity to meet with Art Therapist Róisín Kenny, experience an introduction into the Art Therapy process and discuss the reasons for seeking therapy.

Following either an Assessment or a Parents Consultation, if you would like to book a single stand alone session you can register through the link below. 

 

 

 

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Testimonials

  • Art Therapy

    Colette, Cork

    My son has Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis. As a result, his treatment involves fortnightly injections and frequent blood tests. He absolutely hated the injections. Thankfully Art Therapy reversed this… he thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to communicate his fears and anxieties, frustrations, pain and emotions. He literally flourished at Art Therapy and on leaving the hospital one day he said he felt like he was “walking on air”. As a parent of a sick child this quite literally brought tears to my eyes. For the most part we are now “hassle” free. Art Therapy will be a vital part of my son’s treatment going forward to promote his positive mental health.

  • Art Therapy

    Nessa, Cork
    Roisin was an extremely pleasant therapist and my daughter Anna felt very comfortable spending time in Art Therapy. The appointments were always on time and Roisin explained everything very clearly to myself and my daughter. All in all Art Therapy was a positive experience.
  • Art Therapy

    Colette, Cork

    My son has Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis. As a result, his treatment involves fortnightly injections and frequent blood tests. He absolutely hated the injections. Thankfully Art Therapy reversed this… he thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to communicate his fears and anxieties, frustrations, pain and emotions. He literally flourished at Art Therapy and on leaving the hospital one day he said he felt like he was “walking on air”. As a parent of a sick child this quite literally brought tears to my eyes. For the most part we are now “hassle” free. Art Therapy will be a vital part of my son’s treatment going forward to promote his positive mental health.

  • Art Therapy

    Nessa, Cork
    Roisin was an extremely pleasant therapist and my daughter Anna felt very comfortable spending time in Art Therapy. The appointments were always on time and Roisin explained everything very clearly to myself and my daughter. All in all Art Therapy was a positive experience.