You may be familiar with Lisa from her work with Linda Richards as a Clinical Coordinator. While this is the current focus for Lisa, she qualified as an art therapist at The University of Queensland with a Master in Mental Health (2019), and Bachelor of Psychological Science (Hons) in 2010.
Art Therapy brings together her interest in mental health and the benefits of creativity. Lisa has worked with individuals and groups within the primary school system and university counseling service. The practice of art therapy aims to maximize mental health through a combination of art activities and discussion, in a safe and supportive environment.