Romny is an internationally trained and professionally registered Art Therapist committed to empowering growth through resilience and creativity. Her practice is based in Sydney’s North. She has extensive experience working with people under a range of circumstances from clients with health concerns, to people suffering from social or interpersonal issues. Romny also teaches art to adults with disabilities and acquired brain injury, guiding them through the therapy itself as well as co-curating exhibitions, allowing them to showcase their work and reflect on their progress. She additionally facilitates corporate workshops to promote creative thinking and employee wellness and helps run international art therapy retreats with Artful Retreats.
In this podcast, Romny explains the difference between art as therapy and art therapy. She shares her passion for her work, the wonderful outlet art therapy provides and the many benefits she sees in her clients. She also discusses the profound effect creativity has on the brain and what it brings to people’s lives and their well-being.