Indigo Therapy Group offers one-on-one and group sessions for students of all
Creative Therapies can be used in school environments
• to address mental health, anxieties or depression, and help in situations
where family breakdowns; natural and man-made disasters; trauma, life-threatening illness or intellectual, social, communication, learning or behavioural challenges (including spectrum disorder) exist.
• as a new and effective opportunity to tackle and develop ‘critical consciousness’ and build school community resilience to socially poignant subjects like sexism, identity, bullying, racial commentary, covid stress, consent, and diversity.
School settings are ideal for group interventions using art therapy. Group sessions may be designed to
Other subject-based sessions that tackle socially poignant subjects, like the ones mentioned above, enable students to reflect deeply about themselves in relation to issues that confront others. Students learn to be considerate and kinder to others
When schools identify a student who is struggling with cognitive, emotional, or behavioural issues such as anxiety or aggression, social diculties or low self-esteem, art therapy presents:
Art therapy sessions may be requested for one, some, or all students in a class during or after school hours
Sessions are curated and planned around the needs of the school, students (age related) or teachers. Briefing from the school and debriefing with teachers is essential and integral to the process.