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  • Art Psychotherapist

    Sometimes it is difficult to find the words to describe your emotions or how you are feeling.

    Eden's Art Psychotherapy sessions invite clients to use their imagination and creativity to explore current challenges. Art as a creative therapy has the potential to heal.

    The art making process can be a reparative and a natural approach for people to develop new ways of being and relating, while gaining a deeper understanding and appreciation of yourself, and building on self-empowerment. Through a combination of art-making and talking, clients of all ages are empowered to tap into their inner strengths, and to use those strengths to create connections with themselves and others.

    If you are suffering from anxiety, depression, phobias, eating disorders, bereavement, relationship or family problems, self-esteem, gender identity, career issues, or addiction, art therapy can help.

    Do I have to be creative or good at art? You do not need to have artistic skills, just a willingness to explore what is holding you back. The art represents the process not the product.

    Eden's model of practice is person-centred and holistic, informed by Jungian theory. Each session is client lead and individualised, so the client sets the pace. Working together, the aim is to build a safe, nurturing, confidential space that is empowering and supports self-discovery / recovery.

    'Art gives a voice to that which cannot be spoken'
    - Eden O Shoro

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    Eden O Shoro

    Eden O Shoro
    Art Psychotherapist


    Licensed and registered:

    Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC)
    The British Association of Art Therapists (BAAT)
    Member of The British Psychological Society (BSP)

    Clinical Experience

    Eden works with individuals and groups in private practice and with international humanitarian organisations.

    Clinical experience includes work with:

    - Complex trauma, comorbidity and PTSD
    - Domestic violence and Women in Refuge
    - Cancer survivors, dementia / Alzheimers
    - Children with special needs / ASD in the UK, USA and Africa
    - Patients in a forensic setting within a specialised NHS Mental Health service
    - Genocide survivors / refugees in conflict zones or areas of natural disaster

    Contact details

    +44 (0) 7415536164

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