Our Ethos and Founders
We are a community of creative, fun loving, and healing oriented professionals, including qualified (HCPC registered) counsellors, psychotherapists and art therapists. We provide affordable therapeutic experiences and services through a diverse range of workshops, as well as individual, couples and family therapy. We work with a respect for and commitment to the natural environment and seek to enhance our therapeutic practice through the use of nature and our unique setting in the woods.
Founder: Auriel Sarah Eagleton
Auriel is a Masters trained, HCPC registered Integrative Arts Psychotherapist, working with both adults and children.
Auriel provides art therapy, psychotherapy and counselling services to individuals, couples, groups and parents or carers with their children.
Auriel has also undergone training with Ian Siddons and is an Environmental Arts Therapist, working outdoors and bringing natural materials into the art therapy studio.
Auriel's special interests, aside from working to enhance the wellbeing and expand the creative expression of all her clients using the arts and nature, include using art therapy to support children and individuals on the autism spectrum (ASD).
In the therapists own words:
'We all grow, at different paces and through different experiences. Sometimes we get stuck and need company along the journey. Therapy is company through moments of feelings stuck or when life's journey presents us with challenges we feel unequipped to face alone.
I offer a non-judgemental space in which clients can express themselves. I believe that good therapy requires challenge, as well as empathic exploration. My aim is to help clients to discover and accept themselves, developing life skills and moving toward greater flexibility and wellbeing.'
Founder: Louise Fitzpatrick
Louise is an Integrative Arts Psychotherapist, UKCP and HCPC registered, and a full member of the British Association of Art Therapists (BAAT).
Louise also works as an Environmental Arts Therapist (training with Ian Siddons Heginworth in 2015), stemming from her belief in the inherent wisdom of nature to heal and restore, and an interest in how the cycles and themes within the natural world relate to the human psyche.
In the therapist's own words:
I have been working as an Integrative Arts Psychotherapist for many years, seeing clients privately and within NHS, NGO and various school settings.
As an Arts Therapist, I believe that creativity is central to the process of self-discovery, healing, change and transformation.
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