There is no doubt the field of criminal law can induce some big ethical questions….
In these stressful and difficult times, why not turn to the power of Creative Arts Therapy?
Meditative, fun and uplifting Creative Arts Therapies can ground and inspire us—especially when led by an experienced team such as the one at Kingston’s Ink Brush Art Therapy.
Established in 2015, Ink Brush Art Therapy offers Art and Music therapy to families, individuals and groups of all ages and abilities.
With a dedicated team of clinicians consisting of two Registered Art Therapists and a Registered Music Therapist, the Ink Brush Art Therapy team are passionate about finding the perfect creative arts intervention for each individual and group.
“Art and Music Therapy are allied health interventions that use creative expression to increase a person’s emotional resilience,” says Ink Brush Art Therapy’s Bella Insch.
“We have a new studio in Kingston and are now taking referrals for two new clinicians that have recently joined our team: Registered Music Therapist; Jo Burrows and Registered Art Therapist: Nicole Hutton.”
Suitable for people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities and with no previous experience in any art form required, art therapy’s unique form of counselling can be used as a powerful tool for connecting with children and adults alike.
Ink Brush Art therapy is a registered provider for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and supports people with a wide range of concerns including psychosocial and physical disabilities.
Ink Brush Art Therapy is currently offering in-person or online sessions. During COVID-19 they are adhering to strict guidelines around infection control and increased cleaning regime.
Photography + filmography: Agape Photography