How it works

In these uncertain times, we are up to the challenge of adapting our model of support. With isolation and heightened anxiety, it is more important now, more than ever, that we are able to provide the assistance needed for children already coping with chronic conditions. In order to protect patients, their families, and the art therapists, we cannot continue our art therapy services in person, but have developed a system whereby children with chronic conditions and their families can still be supported. 

We've put word out to clinicians, schools, and our network about the digital 1:1 opportunities, but if you feel your child could benefit from additional support, please read more about who is eligible for these services below and the referral process.

Who Can Refer

  1. Does your child have a chronic condition?
  2. Do you have a safe space for them to undergo digital therapy?
  3. Do you consent to having your child use a Zoom account and agree to their terms and conditions?
  4. Do you pledge to follow our 1:1 art therapy guidelines for parents (link)?
  5. ...

How to Refer

If you answered yes to the above questions, please fill out this form LINK TO ONLINE FORM (create in form section) and we will be in touch with further information. 

Additional Resources

We'd love to provide 1:1 art therapy for all children but have limited resources and need to stay true to our mission in providing art therapy for children with chronic conditions. There are still so many different ways you can utilise therapeutic arts and activities at home. Children can still benefit from the art therapists' expertise through some of the art therapist videos or our craft activity compilation in our online resources.