Emma Harrison

Emma is an Art Therapy graduate of Ikon Institute and is passionate about her role as a teacher and mentor to the students who will be the new advocates of Art Therapy in the community. She has a private practice in the Swan Valley, facilitates weekly community creative groups at The Midland Women’s Health Care Place, runs regular Creative Therapy workshops and writes and facilitates creative-based wellbeing programs for teenage girls in local schools.

Emma’s love of music and training in the Rhythm to Recovery model inspires her to incorporate rhythm and drumming into her group sessions.  Her years of experience as a Remedial Massage Therapist  have increased her curiosity and understanding of  the mind-body connection and the power of movement in therapy. Emma is passionate about providing safe and welcoming spaces for people of all backgrounds and abilities to connect with others and express, explore and enjoy themselves through art.