Anne Lee-Lindsay

Jasmine Steven

Art Psychotherapist & Clinical Counsellor

Available: Tuesday, Saturday
Phone: 0430 856 988

Jasmine Steven is a registered Art Psychotherapist and Clinical Counsellor, deeply passionate about mental health and the healing benefits of therapeutic art making.

With over 18 years of experience in mental health and education, Jasmine is dedicated to embracing the transformative power of creative expression to nurture empowerment and well-being. Her ethos revolves around fostering personal growth and resilience through art.

Jasmine's approach is rooted in a person-centred and strengths-based philosophy. She firmly believes in unlocking the full potential of every individual, regardless of age or background, and is committed to supporting their journey towards emotional well-being and mental health.

Offering art therapy services tailored to each individual's needs and preferences, Jasmine provides both face-to-face and online sessions. From individual therapy providing a safe sanctuary for self-exploration to dynamic art therapy groups fostering personal awareness and interpersonal insights, each experience is meticulously customised to suit unique objectives.

Among her offerings:

NDIS Support: As a provider under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), Jasmine offers personalised therapeutic support to aid in capacity building and daily living skills, ensuring her clients can thrive.

Corporate Wellbeing: Elevate corporate wellbeing initiatives with specialised art therapy groups and individual consultations led by Jasmine. Through innovative approaches, mental health, resilience, and team culture are enhanced, nurturing a harmonious and productive work environment.

Clinical Supervision: Recognising the importance of professional growth and support, Jasmine offers tailored individual and group supervision sessions providing a creative space for reflection and skill development, enriching practitioners' practices and enhancing client outcomes.

Art therapy, as Jasmine sees it, is more than just a form of psychotherapy—it's a journey of self- discovery and expression. Registered art therapists like Jasmine utilise various creative mediums to help clients explore emotions, improve self-awareness, and alleviate anxiety, regardless of prior art experience.