“Creative activity allows us to get beneath the surface and help us express what is really going on in our lives.

Lines, shapes, colours, forms, and images all provide a mirror that reflects the good, the bad, and the beauty that is within us all.”

– Rubin


Hello and Welcome 

I’m Emma, a creative and passionate arts therapist with an insatiable desire to help you and your loved ones live their best possible life.

That is why I created this practice, this space, to hold this time for you to discover, create, and be the you that you are destined to be…

My therapeutic approach is gentle, supportive, intuitive, collaborative, relationship-focused and most importantly client-centred. I wholeheartedly believe that each person is unique, bringing different goals and individual circumstances, which is why I adjust my methods and modalities to ‘tailor make’ every session. My goal is to provide a warm and safe, non-judgmental and creative space so that we can explore any emotional, behavioural, and interpersonal challenges, together!

I particularly enjoy working within human developmental stages, attachment, trauma and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and understand from personal experience the negative impacts these can have on a young

person’s future and because of this I bring a valuable empathy and compassion to the therapeutic relationship. I also have a special interest in working with people of all ages experiencing feelings related to grief and loss, however effective art therapy can improve the mental health of people who are dealing with all different types of issues such as; addictions, attention disorders, eating disorders, mood disorders, physical illness, PTSD, trauma, challenging relationships and much more.

And I truly appreciate how hard it can be to take this first step so please hit the ‘Book Now’ button to schedule your friendly and complimentary 15 – 20 minute discovery call or if you’re feeling super brave you can call me now on 0481 258 118.

I really look forward to hearing from you,

Emma x

“Our wounds are often the opening into the best
and most beautiful part of us.”

– David Richo


For children in particular, non-verbal means of communication are an
important part of any therapy because children do not always have the
words to accurately convey feelings and experiences. 
– Cathy Malchiodi



Art therapy offers teens the time and space to explore the self and engage in
self-reflection all whilst highlighting some effective coping techniques to help
them navigate this time of great transition and change.



One on one art therapy is an
empowering journey of self-discovery
and can be a powerful way for
adults to work through challenging
emotions without needing to know
what to say.