WHAT IS ART KIN?
Art Kin is a Sydney-based art therapy practice run by Asuka Hara with the guiding purpose to foster individual and collective wellbeing.
Art Kin offers individual and group sessions for children, teens and adults in both clinic and outreach capacity. Asuka assists her clients to access new insights, uncover personal meaning, explore their creative potential and pave the way for positive change. Art Kin also offers signature art therapy workshops for both children and adults, as well as retreats and consultation.
Art Kin is proud to work in partnership with an assortment of socially conscious non profit, charitable and social enterprise organisations and groups, to realise shared outcomes and make a tangible, creative difference.
For more information about art therapy and how it works, please visit our FAQs.
Tell me, what it is you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?
~ Mary Oliver
Asuka holds a deeply nurturing, imaginative and grounded therapeutic space. Her approach is person-centred, strengths-based and non-judgemental, helping individuals to make sense of their lives in a creative and transformative way. She appreciates the wholeness of self and the transience of life, and works from this place; viewing challenges and suffering, as well as inspiration, as an opportunity for growth and personal freedom.
Her personal vision is to be of service to humanity by practicing radical kindness, self-awareness and assisting others in their lives, wherever they may be, whatever has happen, to move towards greater wellbeing, peace and joy.
Asuka has experience working in diverse settings with children, adolescents and adults dealing with issues ranging from anxiety, stress, depression, grief and loss, self-esteem, Autism Spectrum challenges, domestic and family violence and trauma. As well as crafting vision sessions for those feeling ‘stuck’, desiring greater clarity, confidence and creativity in their lives. She has a particular interest in working with children and teenagers around mental health issues, behavioural difficulties, learning disabilities and challenging life circumstances and transitions.