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Art Therapy in Person and Online
for Emotional Wellbeing
and Personal Growth


Kat Hudson

Kat is a UKCP and HCPC registered Integrative Arts Psychotherapist, qualified to Masters and Post Graduate Certificate level through the Institute of Arts in Therapy and Education (IATE). She has a professional background in textile design, and set up an independent fashion, home and giftware business before training as an Arts Psychotherapist. She has over 6 years of experience in adult mental health, working across various areas, such as: addictions, trauma, psychosis, eating disorders, depression, anxiety, compulsive behaviour, intrusive thinking, neurodiversity and perinatal mental health. She has worked in both inpatient and outpatient settings in the NHS and with adults of varying ages, sexual orientations, ethnic, cultural and religious backgrounds...

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During these uncertain times, it may feel more important than ever to gain the opportunity to explore difficult feelings and thoughts, or to manage the turbulent territory that we are in. 

Arts psychotherapy provides a space in which to do this, where you may share something of yourself and what’s going on for you internally in a creative, non-verbal way...

Sessions and Fees

Sessions take place at the same time and location each week, either in person or online. I am based at the London Art Therapy Centre in Kings Cross, and HQ Therapy Rooms in Dalston, Hackney. 

Any risks, due to Coronavirus will be continually monitored and our safety, prioritised. Changes to our circumstances would respect our individual needs, and the measures required would be clearly outlined. 



If you would like further information, or are interested in booking an initial telephone or online consultation, please don't hesitate to get in touch.

Useful links about Arts Psychotherapy

Kat is registered with UKCP and has full clinical psychotherapist membership. She is also HCPC registered and practices within their standards of conduct, performance and ethics. These professional associations offer many resources about counselling and psychotherapy, including information about safe and ethical practice, and how to make a complaint. Please click on the logos (below) for further information. 

Kat is a member of The British Association of Art Therapists (BAAT), and The Institute for Arts in Therapy and Education (IATE). Both organisations offer lots of useful resources about art therapy - please click on their logos to read further.


Kat also co-wrote a blog post about art therapy during one of her previous roles at Altum Health

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