Bridget Grant – The Art Studio
Bridget is an HCPC registered Art Psychotherapist and listed with The British Association of Art Therapists (BAAT) as a Private Practitioner and Clinical Supervisor.
Bridget qualified as an Art Therapist in 1997. Since then, she has gained extensive experience in art psychotherapy working with a broad range of people in different settings both in-person and online. Alongside individual work and clinical supervision, she is an experienced group and workshop facilitator and is a visiting lecturer for the MSC Art Psychotherapy training at Queen Margaret University. Bridget is particularly interested in how the image, metaphor, symbol, and imagination combine with somatic and neurobiological processes to help cultivate the resources needed to create positive change. She is influenced by Jungian theory and practice. Bridget’s own art making is essential to her personal and professional life alongside her interest in research and writing.
Bridget has served as a Regional Coordinator for BAAT and is currently a council member and representative for private practice on BAAT Scotland Council. Currently, Bridget works in private practice and the NHS.
Publication: 2021, And if the bough breaks: The use of individual Art Therapy within a perinatal mental health service. In S. Hogan (ed.), Therapeutic Arts in Pregnancy, Birth and New Parenthood. Routledge.