Registered Counsellor Hannah Nyx
Hannah is a Counsellor and Art Therapist who is registered with The Australian Counselling Association (ACA) and The Australian, New Zealand and Asian Creative Arts Therapies Association (ANZACATA). She completed her Master of Art Therapy at La Trobe University and has a background in Psychology and Visual Art.
Hannah has over 15 years’ experience working with diverse client groups in mental health and welfare-oriented roles. She has worked in adolescent and adult psychiatric units, immigration detention centres, youth drop-in centres and various community settings. She is passionate about social inclusion, humanitarian issues and using creativity for wellbeing.
Hannah is available to work with children, adolescents and adults with mental health concerns and disabilities, as well as people who wish to engage in creative activities and/or counselling for self-exploration and personal development. Hannah uses a humanistic approach while engaging in therapeutic practice.
Hannah uses Counselling and Art Therapy to assist people with:
· Autism Spectrum
· Coping Strategies
· Cultural Issues
· Forensic Issues
· Grief and Loss
· Identity Issues
· Interpersonal Relationships
· Mental Health Issues
· Personal Development
· Sexuality Issues
· Trauma and PTSD
· Young People’s Issues
Master of Art Therapy - La Trobe University
Graduate Diploma in Psychology - Murdoch University
Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) – The University of Western Australia
Diploma of Visual Arts – Central Institute of Technology
About Art Therapy
Art therapy is a form of psychotherapy that offers an alternative to traditional talk-based therapies and uses art making as a means of emotional expression, exploration, reflection and communication. People do not need to be creative or artistically talented to benefit from art therapy.
For more Information about Art Therapy and ANZACATA, visit: https://anzacata.org/About-CAT
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