Art Therapy: Mr A Bryant
Art Therapy is a form of Psychotherapy which uses both art-making and verbal communication to help improve a person's physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing. When placed within a therapeutic frame, the creative process can help individuals to resolve internal problems as well as develop and manage their behaviours and feelings. Art Therapy promotes and encourages self-expression and self-discovery and can assist individuals in the fostering of self-resilience.
Andrew Bryant is a fully qualified Art Psychotherapist who is registered with both the British Association of Art Therapy (BAAT) and the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). He trained at Roehampton University where he was awarded his MA in Art Psychotherapy in 2013. He has a background in working developmentally with pre-school aged children and their families. His current focus is on developing Art Therapy within Primary Schools.