Inviting individuals and couples to take up opportunities for inner work, including reworking unsatisfactory past events and completing any unfinished business that can be holding them back. Working with Sensorimotor Art Therapy involves working with children, adolescents, or adults (to access the inner child within) to engage in a process that actively works on any "unfinished business" or heal from past trauma that may be impeding one's ability to live a fulfilling and happy life.
Sensorimotor Art Therapy incorporates Somatic Experiencing, Jungian Depth Psychology, Transpersonal Therapy, Gestalt Therapy, Meditation and Bodywork. (Cornelia Elbrecht, 2012) and involves such modalities as Work at the Clayfield, Initiatic Art Therapy techniques, and Guided Drawing.
Storm Insight believes that people can and do change their behaviour to create an environment that is happier, healthier and safer for themselves and those around them.
Often people try many times to change behaviours that they no longer wish to engage in. Whilst the intention is there, the ability to shift can be somewhat difficult. Art Therapy might provide the answer you have been seeking.
How can I change?
Working with a range of modalities people can explore various aspects of their lives and themselves in their own unique journeys.
Sometimes the choices we make on how we relate to others actually damages them, us and the relationship. Does this apply to you? Read on to see if you answer yes to any of these questions:
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Chris is a Registered Initiatic Art Therapist and Behaviour Change Practitioner that utilises several modalities in order to accommodate individual needs. With over 30 years of experience in working with children, adolescents, women, men and families, she now uses her experience in her work to inform and support understanding and healing. Recent years has found Chris developing specialist expertise in Work at the Clay Field®, a sensorimotor therapeutic process that assists in processing past experiences without retraumatisation. The therapeutic process involved in this work can be readily accessed by children, women, men and couples and becomes an exciting modality for assisting people to work through any unfinished business, past trauma, and personal histories leading to opportunities for opening up possibilities for change.