MEET OUR SPECIALISTS
At Inspirative Arts, we aim to inspire growth – so we’re always looking to develop our own expertise and skills.
We’re continually building on our experience and knowledge by undertaking training to enhance our understanding of clients that we work with, for example, Disability awareness, deaf awareness training, understanding the autism spectrum and inclusion training. We are fully DBS checked and have completed Safe Guarding Adults training, Person Centred Risk Assessment training, SCIP and Moving and handling.
Read more about our professional experience below.
Sarah has several years of experience working with a variety of client groups and ages both on an individual basis and in therapy groups. She believes strongly in building a good therapeutic relationship with clients and providing a safe, empathic space for individuals to express and explore difficulties within their life. Sarah is passionate about the arts psychotherapies and believes each individual is unique therefore, works from a client centred approach.
Sarah also works in other organisations in a variety of roles including therapist, care coordinator, counsellor coordinator, supervisor and training facilitator.
Starting as a volunteer at Inspirative Arts, Rosie has gained a number of qualifications within autism awareness, activity provision and working creatively internationally and is now a Creative Expressive Specialist. Rosie facilitates lively and playful groups using sensory, musical and storytelling elements.
Outside of Inspirative Arts, Rosie regularly uses her creativity choreographing dance pieces and performing in musicals, shows and plays.