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Heather is an Art Therapist (MS-ATR), ICF Certified Professional Coach (ACC), Certified Professional Recovery Coach (PRC), and Artist. Heather, a married mother of two, has lived in the United States, Canada, China, and currently resides in Abu Dhabi. She combines her work and life experiences in recovery, art therapy, teaching, and expat living to create a unique and valuable life, recovery, and expressive arts-based coaching practice.
Heather’s journey began over 30yrs ago when she discovered the field of Art Therapy. She attended Carlow University’s undergraduate program in Art Therapy and discovered her calling. After completing her Master’s Degree at Eastern Virginia Medical School she worked in a variety of settings: school-based, state mental health, and non-profit.
Additionally, she has developed community-based programing, founded a Breast Cancer awareness charity, and taught art and child development classes. After moving to the UAE, Heather earned her Certified Professional Coaching credential and completed her recovery coaching specialization. She is currently working toward her Trauma Informed Expressive Arts Therapy certification.
She combines her work and life experiences in recovery, art therapy, teaching, and expat living to create a unique and valuable life, recovery, and expressive art-based practice.
Heather works with clients to create an integrative whole-person approach to wellness. She is passionate about supporting individuals along their healing journey.
I achieved lots from it. I surprised myself. I thought it was well presented relaxing very informative and made to feel comfortable as don’t need to show my creations. Anonymous
She taught us all the different parts that you can do. She is wonderful. She is very easy to follow. Gives good clear instructions. Also, I found my likes and dislikes. I’m sorry that its only 6 weeks, I’d have liked it to be longer, but I will carry on with what I have learned. Simon
I thought the 25 mins to do the tasks was going to be way too long, but the time went really quickly. If you’re focused on the art, then the normal things going through your brain went away and gave you peace. Being able to turn to something that we had never tried before and always thought would be rubbish at and to find out it was an achievement was gratifying. Looked forward to all the days that we had class. Marion
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