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Masters, UKCP, HCPC
Hi, I’m Zaira and I’m a trauma-informed Integrative Arts Psychotherapist. What that means is I guide you to use different creative modalities like 2D and 3D image making, music, puppets, sandplay, and poetry to help you express what you’re feeling and thinking about. It’s not always easy to find the words to express yourself, and it can be frightening to feel the depth of your emotions. That’s why Art Therapy is so powerful. Unlike talking therapies, it gives you a way to process your life experiences in a gentler and profound way, that helps you to access your inner healing abilities.

You don’t need to be ‘good at art’ to work with me because everyone can express themselves. You just have to be willing to try something different. The most important thing about how we work together is YOU. I know that what you’ve experienced is cruel. People and the world around you might feel unsafe, and it will take time for you to trust me. You have nothing to be ashamed of and you don’t need to struggle alone. We’ll work slowly, with compassion and non-judgement. I’ll walk with you and guide you to remember your true essence and build inner safety, strength, and security. From that place of inner power, I’ll support you to imagine and experience a life filled with hope, joy, and infinite possibilities.

What happened to you does not define you. It’s time to tell a new story, and I believe in all that you are becoming.

If you feel ready, we’ll meet online to get to know each other, and decide if we will work on a short-term (3-6 months) or longer-term (6 months+) basis. Arts Psychotherapy will take place online, on the same day and time each week, and each session is 50 minutes.


Licensed Clinical Marriage and Family Therapist Associate
Mind and Body are two components of a whole person. Physical ailments are derivatives of the belief system, and when not in balance, lead to symptoms creations in body and in mind. Health is a constant state of balance between all parts of the physical body and the psychological mind. The process of balance creation is called therapy.
Brooke is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker from Philadelphia. For a decade, Brooke worked toward developing an expertise in child and adolescent disorders including Autism Spectrum Disorders, Disruptive Behavior Disorders, Mood Disorders, and ADHD. She also has experience in leading group sessions, with a focus on social skills and mindfulness practices. Her most recent work has included LGBTQ+, grief, loss and end of life processing. In addition to her specialties, her general practice focuses on supporting and collaborating with individuals who are confronting anxiety, depression, transitional work, grief/loss. Brooke’s sessions are interactive, holistic, and promote growth using methods including, but not limited to psychodynamic, motivational interviewing, and mindfulness. She aims to assist individuals who are in the pursuit of positive change by helping them evolve through their personal struggles and supporting their concerns in a warm, practical, trauma-informed, and client driven environment.
Counselor Membership of Professional Organisation Australian Counselling Association
I work in a nonjudgmental and inclusive ay with my clients. I am an experienced generalist counsellor with 30 year sin counselling. I work psychotherapeutically as a counselor and I have studied a lot of different modalities including Jungian Psychology and Psychoanalysis. I am happy to work with you.
Shrewsbury, United Kingdom
I’m a Masters-qualified therapist and counsellor based in Shrewsbury, UK. I work with people with a range of issues who want a change for the better in their lives.
Support clients in a safe and confidential environment. To enable them to feel safe and secure and support them on their healing journey.
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