Using art therapy to heal trauma

Caroline Vollans
Wednesday, September 1, 2021

Caroline Vollans discovers how a community art project founded in the wake of the Grenfell Fire disaster has helped local children and their parents to process the tragedy and work towards wellbeing.

Art therapy has provided an outlet for Grenfell's local community in the 'darkest of times'.
Art therapy has provided an outlet for Grenfell's local community in the 'darkest of times'.

Photo: Adobestock

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