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Charlotte Alldis (she/her)

Charlotte is a mental health professional with psychology and art therapy training, driven by a passion for supporting the individual's and community’s well-being.  Charlotte’s background in psychology studies and being a crisis supporter informs her compassionate and evidence-based approach to therapy. Charlotte’s mental health experience spans education, crisis support, community mental health recovery services, and neurocognitive support.


Charlotte is a professional member of ANZACATA, a registered Clinical Art Therapist (AThR) and a practising artist with a keen interest in painting. Charlotte's therapeutic approach is person-centred and led, focusing on their strengths and fostering hope through art making. Charlotte incorporates a strengths-based art therapy approach, sensory and relational art therapy, trauma-informed care and recovery-focused approaches, positive psychology, attachment theory, and art dialectical behavioural (DBT) therapy.

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Approch to therapy

With experience working across the lifespan, Charlottes tailors her approaches to different age groups and client needs. Charlotte has facilitated open studio groups with adults living with complex mental who are seeking to further their artist identity and use art as therapy. Charlotte has also facilitated community-based workshops to ignite creative thinking and connection to self and others. Charlotte has worked with children as an art therapist at a primary school, working in early intervention, autism spectrum disorder, transitions, grief and loss and anxiety. Charlotte has also worked with young people in mental health recovery, working with personality disorders, anxiety, depression, complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and dual diagnosis.


Through her gentle, encouraging and empathetic approach, Charlotte guides her clients towards self-discovery, empowering clients through skill building, promoting well-being through art making and using art as a tool for building emotional capacity, space for reflection and a deeper understanding of self.


Charlotte is available at Wonderful Mind on Mondays and Tuesdays for appointments and to see children and adults.

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