Rhiannon is a qualified art therapist and counsellor. She is a creative, warm and passionate individual with an active curiosity around the experiences of others and willingness to learn and share. Rhiannon grew up in the US, Australia, Switzerland and the UK, and this experience of different cultures informs and enriches her work. Over the last 10 years, Rhiannon has worked with children, young people and adults in a variety of settings, using art and creative expression to address mental health issues and disability. She believes in the importance of fun in therapy, seeing playfulness as an important for personal growth for people of all ages.

Rhiannon graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Art from University of the Arts London and completed an Advanced Diploma of Creative Arts Psychotherapy from the IKON Institute, Melbourne, a method that incorporates a mix of movement, music, art and drama in therapy. Her Masters in Art Therapy is from La Trobe University. Rhiannon sees the creative process as a powerful agent of therapeutic change, and having a strong artistic identity is a central aspect of her art therapy practice. Her individual art practice explores themes of body and place, considering the relationship between identity and environment.