Drawing and Talking allows individuals to discover and communicate emotions through a non-directed technique, setting it apart from existing solution-focused and cognitive-based therapies and interventions
Creators of a global proactive intervention intended to complement rather than replace the work of Specialist Mental Health Services
Catherine Beagley CEO of Drawing and Talking discusses with Alison Hardwick and Lucie Keeling from Nottinghamshire County Council SEMH Team how schools are once again at the forefront of healing children’s pain and trauma.
This video shows children's feelings on Drawing and Talking Therapy.
A Child's Perspective: Grace's Story
Grace completed Drawing and Talking with one of our practitioners to help her with herconfidence around her transition into high school. Here is what she has to say about how the technique worked for her.
The Parent's Perspective' Claire's Story
Thank you to Claire for sitting down with Catherine to discuss the impact that her daughter participating in Drawing and Talking sessions had on herself, her child and the whole family dynamic.