Empowered Personal Development Through the Healing Arts
Looking for a specialist Transpersonal Art Therapist & Registered Counsellor?
At Empowered Art Therapy we assist You to gain clarity and make positive changes in a creative and culturally appropriate manner through the medium of art making, meditation, mindfulness, sandplay, dream work and more in a safe, nurturing environment at Kindred Art Space, Frankston, Melbourne’s central bayside hub of the Mornington Peninsula.
Drawing on your creative right brain hemisphere, processes are integrated with models of counselling and psychotherapy. This allows you to gain a different perspective on issues and find solutions.
Don’t stress ! – No previous art experience is necessary!. Empowered Art Therapy guarantees to draw out your unique creativity, clarity and confidence to bring about emotional, spiritual and mindful wellbeing for You, Your Community Group, Work Team or Organisation.
Frequently Asked Questions, Myths & common misconceptions about Art Therapy –
NDIS Ready – Kerryn Knight is a registered provider with the National Disability Insurance Scheme – Contact her on 0450 253 990 for more details
Empowered Art Therapy covers all areas of Melbourne and Victoria offering sessions via skype and face to face at our Studio
or we can come to you.
Find us @ KINDRED ART SPACE !
Kerryn ‘Kez’ Knight of Empowered Art Therapy has backed her belief in the power of the Healing Arts and has founded Kindred Art Space for Mental Health & Wellbeing through the healing arts!.
ONE OF A KIND – This Warehouse conversion into Kindred Art Space is a unique creative welcoming and inclusive space for personal and professional development.
Where the therapy begins when you walk through the door.
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Acknowledgement of Country
We wish to acknowledge them as the Traditional care takers of these lands. We would like to pay our respect to their Elders, past and present along with today’s descendants that carry on the living culture and ensure it’s endurance for all our future generations.