about.

Hi I'm Catherine, a Collage Artist, an Art Therapist and I help people and organisations create!

I founded Cut Out Collage to progress arts for health with workshops, art programs and to open up the conversation about the importance and value of Art Therapy.

Making art on a regular basis can have an extremely positive impact on your mental health.

Being creative can provide a sense of calm, help you process difficult emotions and challenge limiting thought processes by revealing new ways of thinking.

Basically art is awesome and collage is a great way to get started!

 

I N S P I R A T I O N

Check out my instagram for endless collage joy & creative inspiration.

@cut_outcollage

D E S I G N

Art Programs

Social prescribing projects

Creative Art Kits

Art Therapy-based sessions

H O S T I N G

Art events

Workshops

Creative sessions 

Online

In-person

C O N S U L T I N G

Want to run your own creative sessions but need some guidance?

Book a 1-1 coaching call today!

 

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What people say about: workshops

"Your workshop really opened up a new world to create something new. It is down to your friendly, comedic & approachable way and your knowledge and experience."

— Andrea

 

projects.

Collage and community

Liverpool Collage Club due to start in 2021 has been postponed but will commence when government guidelines allow.

There is nothing quite like making collage together in the room, and one day we'll be able to again.

This bi-monthly space is a safe haven for cut and paste enthusiasts from my local community of Liverpool and anyone who wants to visit.

Art in prisons

Working in London & Sydney prisons saw me make art with some of the most creative people I have ever met.

These experiences equipped me well to deliver a prison in-cell art program in collaboration with Practice Plus Group Ltd.

I designed, and implemented the project with men at HMP Pentonville. The data saw reductions in anxiety and increased wellbeing for many participants.

Creative Conversations

Art Therapists globally are working with some of the most vulnerable in our communities.

 

With the far-reaching impact of covid-19, therapists need more ways to connect and reflect together to continue providing the services we do. 

Jenn Seniuk and I are starting a podcast to begin talking this through. It'll be funny, real, supportive and not to be missed.

 

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