The Artery Project is a creative self-development program designed for adults experiencing short-term mental health or coping challenges (ie. loss, carers responsibility, social isolation, worry, anxiety, depression, feelings of emptiness, fear etc…).
Using a range of creative, visual and practical activities, this 3-tiered, 15-week project aims to enhance well-being by connecting and reconnecting participants with experiences of empowerment, meaning and enjoyment. The program also includes evidence-based strategies for regulating emotions and reframing negative experiences.
Group members will be supported to identify and develop goals, ideas and feelings of purpose within a positive and supportive community network. Once identified, participants will be supported to action their ideas through peer-support networks.
The Artery project is led by a team of professionals registered with the Health and Care Professions Council in Art Therapy and Occupational Psychology. They hold additional training in life coaching, positive psychology, counselling, journalism, public relations and social media. All frontline staff hold necessary CRB checks and insurances.
To join our waiting list or for more information, drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject heading ‘The Artery Project’.