Latimer Community Art Therapy (LCAT) provides a clinical Art Psychotherapy service for children, adolescents and adults in the community and schools in RBKC and other neighbouring boroughs following the tragedy at Grenfell. This also includes clinical supervision to art therapists, community art groups or other organisations.
Latimer Community Art Therapy (LCAT) was formed as a response to the tragedy at Grenfell Tower by Susan Rudnik, an art psychotherapist and local resident of the Henry Dickens estate.
What is Art Therapy?
Art Psychotherapy is a state registered (HCPC) psychological therapy that uses art media as its primary form of communication within a therapeutic relationship.
Susan Rudnik the founder of LCAT, is a state registered Art Psychotherapist and clinical supervisor and a local resident.
All LCAT therapists are DBS checked, are trained to a Masters level in Art Psychotherapy and registered with the Health Care Professionals Council.
We are currently running Art Psychotherapy and Safe Spaces in educational and community settings across North Kensington.
Henry Dickens Community Centre
The Henry Dickens Junior Club provides different activities each day from 3.30 – 6.00pm on school days and from 12 – 3pm during the holidays.
LCAT aims to provide locally-based, consistent long term access to art therapy in the community.
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LATIMER COMMUNITY ART THERAPY
Company number 10991151
(Community Interest Company registration in process)