Express Yourself with Art Therapy

Discover your innate capacity for healing and wisdom

Do you want to bring more depth and awareness into areas of your life? Would you like to change certain patterns and behaviours? Are you experiencing anxiety, sadness or worry? Would you like to increase your creativity? Are you seeking more fulfilment from life? Are you asking the big questions like, why am I here and what is my life purpose?

Leah Fewster Art Therapist & Somatic Practitioner

Then Art Therapy is for you!

Art Therapy is a specialised form of psychotherapy that encourages creative self expression through making art. Artistic skills are not necessary. It embodies the principle that we all have an innate capacity and wisdom for healing. Often when we face a problem, there are no words that describe what we’re feeling and this is because most of our experiences are sensory-based and stored in our subconscious.

Art Therapy suspends the rational mind and engages the senses and other parts of the brain not accessible through verbal communication. Some of the many benefits include:

Supports and maintains overall health
& wellbeing

Builds self-esteem and resilience

Improves cognitive functioning

Develops skills to cope with anxiety and depression

Offers more freedom and joy in relationships

Sacred Play Creative Therapy with Leah Fewster – Art Therapist & Somatic Practitioner

“I believe in the healing power of art! We are all artists and life is our canvas. Through art I discovered a meaningful connection with myself and others,” explained Leah.

Leah is an experienced practitioner, passionate about helping people across many areas such as: personal relationships; core beliefs; life transitions; career direction; resolving conflict; grief, trauma and illness; addiction and body image.

Leah combines Somatic Therapy and Shamanic Healing with Art Therapy to deepen the therapeutic process. Leah works with people of all ages, from children to adults, couples and families. She is available for consultation at Rener Health Clinics in Attadale on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9am-4pm.

Leah’s next workshop will be making Spirit Companion Dolls and is especially for children aged 8–12 years. This is a pivotal time in a young person’s life, where they begin to seek more independence and form social friendships. This unique workshop is designed to strengthen a child’s sense of self, to affirm confidence, self esteem and positive development. Through guided meditation to find their inner spirit companion, each child will create their very own spirit companion doll, set out on an interactive story walk, and connect with others through group story telling. A fun environment to hang out, explore, and create new friendships.

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