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About

Hi, my name is Alana Stewart

I am a Registered Art Therapist and director of Finding Wellbeing Art Therapy & Counselling.

 

I also run the space Yellow Gum Art Therapy Studio. 

 

I am passionate about creative psychotherapies and work with my therapy dog Evie

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What we offer

Art Therapy & Counselling

  • Studio location in Mill Park (with accompanying therapy dog)

  • Home visits

  • Telehealth 

We provide Art Therapy & Counselling which is person-centered and client led.

Supporting clients either in our Art Therapy Studio in Mill Park or visiting you from the comfort of your own home. 

Our support is 1:1 to provide you personal space to reflect on challenges and express emotions. 

Group Art Therapy is also offered at our Yellow Gum Art Therapy Studio 

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What is Art Therapy?

Art Therapy is a mental health therapy which combines the creative process of making art and psychotherapy. 

In Art Therapy you can expect to have space to talk through issues and also be guided to experiment and express with art materials to explore themes deeper or support you to learn about your emotions and how to feel more calm and grounded.

 

As Masters trained Art Therapist's we can support you to explore emotions, work through identity issues and personal challenges.

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People of all genders, sexualities, races, ethnicities,

faiths and abilities are welcome here.

I acknowledge the land of which I live and work on has a cultural history that is as old as 60,000 years.

I acknowledge the traditional custodians of this land, the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation, and recognise their continuing culture and spiritual practices. Also their ongoing connection to and care of land, waters, animals, people and community. I pay respects to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, their Elders past, present and emerging. 

I acknowledge that Aboriginal sovereignty was never ceded.

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