Kate Sharp is a NW Brisbane-based art therapist and counsellor. She works from her Highvale studio near Samford

An experienced practitioner, Kate combines her knowledge of arts and crafts as background and worked with children for many years as a teacher. She has facilitated many workshops both locally and at Conferences. She is a qualified in the field of Creative Arts and Therapy.

Graduate Diploma in Art Therapy and Counselling, and an MA in Creative Art Therapy (MIECAT).

Registered member of  Australian Counselling Association   & ANZACATA

Member Anthroposophical Society in Australia ( http://ASInA)

Kate offers a unique process informed by Anthroposophical principles and Phenomenological Science. This embraces a variety of creative mediums called upon to work with the often unseen aspects of a person’s biography. Kate works one to one with children, adolescents and adults exploring with the client the process of deepening self knowledge. This can lighten the life bearing load, bringing warmth and wellbeing to the whole person.

She has her own daily arts and meditative practise which she calls upon to self nourish and bring equilibrium to her own day helping and supporting her to be open and receptive to the needs of her clients. 

See also http://Instagram.com/sharpcatherine1

To see a World in a Grain of Sand

And Heaven in a wild flower

Hold Infinity in the palm of your hand 

And eternity in an hour.

William Blake

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  • …what exactly IS creative arts therapy?

    A language that is both universal and personal, the creative arts is an ideal approach to nourish, heal, and support the unravelling of riddles and challenges each of us face at different times in our life. Difficulty and challenge is viewed as the inner impulse which is seeking transformation. And where words can often take time to find in relation to meaning the creative arts provide a vehicle to journey right down into the soul-filled heart space. Suitable for children, adolescents and adults, though the approach differs depending on age and stage of development. Different modalities such as sand play, painting, modelling, gesture and movement, conversation and writing may be part of a session, where each individual’s unique needs are carefully and intuitively catered for.
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