Caroline Murphy

Child, Adolescent and Adult Art Therapy



Caroline Murphy holds a Masters in Art Therapy. She also has a BA in Fine Art from Crawford College of Art and Design.

As a Senior Art Therapist Caroline has extensive experience of working with children and adults in a variety of settings.

In her work as a therapist she has worked in many educational and residential settings including experience working with The Blue Box Centre in Limerick and with The Brothers of Charity in Cork.

Caroline currently holds a position as the Senior Art Therapist for The Rainbow Club. 


1:1 Art Therapy.
Art Therapy offers a safe, confidential and non-judgemental space.
An initial meeting is held to identify the needs of an individual client and to assess some therapeutic goals.
A referral can be made for Art Therapy sessions for a variety of reasons.
Some reasons for referral: Anxiety. Depression. Personal or Family Trauma. Emotional difficulties. Behavioural issues. Challenging Behaviour. Self injurious Behaviour. Emotional Regulation. Sensory or processing difficulties. Suicidal thoughts or suicidal ideation.
Art Therapy sessions are reviewed regularly.

Art Therapy Workshops.

Workshops exploring the therapeutic value of creativity.
Workshops focusing on self care and mindfulness.
Workshops focusing on self-regulation and co-regulation.
Themed workshops for staff, volunteers and students.




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