Art therapy encompasses all forms of creativity and is a non-invasive therapy offering mindfulness and an emotional regulation strategy. This form of therapy is also used to enhance a participant’s fine motor skills.
Sand play therapy is another non-invasive approach, supporting participants to construct their own microcosm that reflect their inner thoughts.
For participants with a disability, art and sand play therapy offers opportunities of self-reflection, self-expression, and self-acceptance.
In delivering these services, our qualified staff provide participants with a disability a supportive and accepting environment where these expressive therapies aim to:
Can Ndis Help?
Our art and sand play therapies are accessible via the participants NDIS plan, these services fall under the capacity building – improved daily living category.
Our qualified staff offer counselling services face-to-face at Miraa House or alternatively, in the participants home.