Drawing and Talking Therapy
Drawing and Talking is a therapeutic method of working with children and young people. It is a safe serial drawing technique often used with those who have suffered trauma or have underlying emotional difficulties. It supports those who are not realising their full potential, either academically or socially.
Drawing and Talking provides a proactive intervention which is intended to complement the work of CAMHS, art or other specialist therapies. Sessions take place at the same time each week to provide a safe structure and the work is carried out with respect for the child’s own pace and state of being.
After completion of Drawing and Talking Therapy, children are more able to control their behaviour, better able to access an academic curriculum and most importantly have higher self-esteem. This allows them to thrive in the world around them.
Although originally developed for use with children and young people, Drawing and Talking has proven highly successful when used with adults and as such, I offer this intervention to people of all ages.
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