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How can teachers support wellbeing in creative education? With Art-psychotherapist, Sue Hamilton-White

In this week’s Teach Inspire Create podcast episode, Sue Hamilton-White joins UAL Awarding Body. Sue is an Art Psychotherapist, artist, MD and founder of a non-profit arts organisation, Untapped.

The episode discusses the cross-section of arts and therapy, how Covid has affected young people, and how teachers can support wellbeing in creative teaching. 

Sue studied MA Art Psychotherapy at Goldsmiths College and is passionate about reducing youth suicide and self-harm through her work with Untapped and as an Art Psychotherapist for CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services) (NHS)

Sue’s dedication and unreserved commitment to using art as a tool for healing is a testament to the kind of person she is. 

Listen to Sue’s episode and subscribe to the Teach Inspire Create podcast:

Trigger warning: In this episode, we will be covering the topic of mental health, including suicide and self-harm. If you or anyone you know is affected by these issues, please do check out the links in the show notes for more information and support in this area.

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