Art therapy is creative, and encourages those who suffer isolation because of their mental health or lifestyle choices, to dream of an alternative to their current situation. This is an introduction to how Art Therapy and other creative pursuits can be used in parallel to clinical practice to heal clients who have been diagnosed with PTS. This discussion explores how Art Therapy can be used to improve mental health and general wellbeing.
The original webinar took place 2 PM AEST Thursday, 22 August 2019
More about Kelliegh Jackson
Kelliegh is the Founder of the charity Eyes Front, with the aim and purposes of supporting vulnerable
populations, including Veterans and their families. She is also the CEO of The International Institute of First Responders and Peer Support an organisation that empowers peer to peer support networks. Kelliegh served her country in the Australian Army for more than 20 years. She has worked on major projects such as the introduction of the GAP year scheme for 17–24 year old’s, introduction of domestic security and anti-terrorism arrangements on the five high-risk bases and cultural change in the Navy. Kelliegh’s passion has and always will be the wellbeing of the veteran community and their families. Her current projects include introduction of Veteran Radio, which is a fortnightly podcast and community radio station project aimed at talking current issues, which referral services or organisations have an interest in that issue and the ‘Celebration of Service’ pubic speaking program designed to help veterans.