About Kent Art Therapy 

Kent Art Therapy is run by Karen Wright MA Art Therapy.
I am a local, fully qualified Art Therapist with many years experience.  I have worked extensively with NHS Mental Health Teams, Education, and Social Services. Additional I set up, established, and continue to run an Art Therapy practice in Kent, which has been running successfully for many years now.
I provide professional and confidential Art Psychotherapy, which with care, respect, encouragement, and understanding, supports people to work through emotional challenges and to achieve better emotional health. I also provide supervision for Art Therapists/Psychotherpists, counsellors, and Arts Therapists for example Play Therapists and Drama Therapists.  


I continue to offer therapeutic workshops and talks for schools and business establishments.

I keep up to date with all the latest developments in mental health and child development theory and practice, and regularly engage in continuing professional development.


I work with people experiencing a variety of difficulties, including:


  • Mental health difficulties

  • Autism

  • Anxiety/stress

  • Emotional difficulties

  • Self-harming

  • Eating disorders

  • Learning difficulties

  • Sexual abuse

  • Substance abuse

  • Behavioural difficulties

  • Coping with loss or bereavement

  • Relationship difficulties

  • Self-destructive behaviour

  • Coping with choices

  • Migrants & refugees dealing with trauma, loss & isolation

  • Minority and cultural issues.












Art psychotherapy supervision for schools, work includes understanding team dynamics and understanding child development.  This work supports staff‘s emotional wellbeing as well as best practice. Find out more by contacting Kent Art Therapy.


Workshops & Groups

Therapeutic art groups/workshops: Can be varied depending on needs, from supporting participates to engage in art making and its importance for our wellbeing or supporting participates to have better understanding of art psychotherapy.  Or used to assess participates suitability for group/one to one art psychotherapy. Find out more by contacting Kent Art Therapy.