Practicing Art Therapy Since 2004
Marillyn Saffery, BFA, DipAT, RP
Marillyn Saffery earned a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg where she studied painting, drawing, design and the history of art.
Subsequently, Marillyn complete a post-graduate diploma in Art Therapy from the University of Western Ontario, comprising a two-year program combining art therapy and psychology.
Art therapy works well for:
- mood disorders: depression and anxiety
- grief and loss
- emotional regulation
- trauma-informed care
WHO CAN BENEFIT FROM ART THERAPY
Individual and small-group sessions are available for:
- children, youth and adults living with mental illness
- seniors in long-term care
- military veteran population