Coram art therapy
Coram’s art therapy offers children and whole families the opportunity to explore and express their feelings through art.
Working with each person to build a trusting relationship, a trained art therapist uses a variety of different art materials to help them communicate in a totally new way. Art therapy is especially helpful for children who find verbal expression difficult.
Who benefits from Coram's art therapy?
Children who have been adopted in London, East Midlands and Cambridgeshire are helped to find new ways of expressing their emotions and the issues they face in an open and non-judgemental environment.This offers the right atmosphere to begin addressing their problems and building their self-esteem.
Young People who have been excluded from mainstream education and young offenders are supported through art therapy with positive educational, therepeutic and creative outcomes.
Parents are supported to gain a deeper understanding of the issues their children face through regular video-feedback from the sessions and meetings with art therapists.
Schools also work with us to deliver art therapy. Teachers see children become increasingly receptive to learning as the therapy starts to resonate. It allows them to build self-esteem and resilience to the emotional challenges they face.
Contact our team on 020 7520 0311 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
One girl made a jewellery box and painted it dark brown but inside it was shiny and beautiful. It was like no one had seen what was inside her, or recognised her potential and capabilities. - SENCO speaking about eight-year-old girl in art therapy
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