• Art Therapy

    Art therapy is the combination of art making and counselling that promotes expression, positive change, and growth through client engagement with art materials in the presence of a therapist.



Develop self-awareness and improve wellbeing.

Art making is inherently healing. It can assist to reduce levels of stress, anxiety or depression. Art therapy utilises art making in many forms including paint, clay, collage, drawing and sculpture, providing the creator with a form of self expression. Art therapists are trained in counselling and psychology, as well as the therapeutic use of art modalities.

The Art Therapy program is scheduled to run at various locations across Australia. If you’d like to register for the listed events or to register your interest in future dates, please get in touch!


Program format options:

  • Group program face to face
  • Group program online
  • Individual program face to face<
  • Indvidual program online
  • One-day workshop face to face


Age group:

  • 18 years and over




Program outcomes

Develop self-expression skills through the use of art materials and techniques

Increase self-confidence and self-awareness

Develop communication skills by engaging in group activities and discussions

Create a safe and supportive environment

Express inner thoughts and feelings through art

Explore creativity in a non-judgmental atmosphere

Foster connection and community building

Program outline

Week 1: Discovering art making, understanding art therapy, goal setting 

Week 2: Positive emotions – developing emotional regulation 

Week 3: Positive engagement – exploring personal strengths  

Week 4: Positive relationships – social connectedness 

Week 5: Positive meaning – values, meaning and purpose 

Week 6: Positive mindset – challenging negative thinking patterns, growth  

Week 7: Positive self-love – building a relationship with self 

Week 8: Positive accomplishment – envisioning future goals and maintaining progress 


  • $1,260.87 (8 weeks x 2 hours per week)



  • 8-week curriculum with group activities led by a Care Squared art therapist
  • End of program summary letter outlining progress in relation to NDIS goals


Capacity Building: Improved Daily Living  

Capacity Building: Innovative Community Participation 

Capacity Building: Community Participation Activities 

Core Supports: Community, Social & Recreational Activities 

Core Supports: Assessment, Recommendation, Therapy and/or Training** 


**Accessible when provided to support one of the eight disability-related health conditions, and CB:IDL funding has exhausted, only. 

At Care Squared Connect, we believe in tracking progress and providing tangible evidence of success. Once a participant has completed the program, we provide a summary letter that outlines the progress they have made along the way. This summary letter serves as a record of their successes and provides them with a way to reflect on the progress they have made. We are dedicated to providing the best possible experience for our participants and are committed to helping them track their progress.

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