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Kate provides both individual and group Art Psychotherapy sessions for children and young people. Sessions are long term or time limited depending on the individual needs of the child.

Kate has experience of working with attachment and separation issues,  family relationships, anxiety, depression and loss. She has supported young people with learning disabilities, eating disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), as well as specialising in work with refugee and asylum seeking children and families.  


As an Art Psychotherapist she has provided both time limited and long term therapy in education, adult psychiatry and within child mental health. While working in the London Borough's of Newham and Greenwich, she managed Art Therapy services and provided individual and group therapy for refugee and migrant children and young people, focusing on issues relating to trauma, attachment and separation.


Kate also authors and teaches

undergraduate and graduate courses in Developmental Psychology and Educational Psychology and Creativity.


Kate follows a strict code of ethics and attends clinical supervision on a weekly basis.

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