Pelican Arts is a registered NDIS provider
Participants in the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) can access art therapy to support them to achieve the goals and outcomes set out in their NDIS plan. Please contact us if you would like to discuss how art therapy could help meet your goals.
We provide one to one art psychotherapy and psychosocial support. Art therapy can also help participants to improve social engagement, vocational participation and well-being.
Innovative community participation
Pelican Arts facilitates creative programs in the community. Because our groups are small and flexible we are able to meet a variety of interests and special needs.
More information about the NDIS
Arts Access Victoria has useful information about Art and the NDIS.
Kate Cotching has completed a Masters in Mental Health (Art Therapy) from the School of Medicine at University of Queensland, a Masters in Art (Visual Art) at RMIT University, and a Bachelor of Social Work at La Trobe University. She has a passion for bringing visual arts to the community. Kate has been privileged to work with people from a diverse range of backgrounds in the Mildura area, including newly arrived refugees, young families, people recovering from mental illness, students of all ages, and people with disabilities. She has exhibited her artwork throughout Australia and internationally and was a founding member of Gallery F and whitecubemildura.
Kate is a member of ANZACATA, the peak professional body for the creative arts therapies in Australia, New Zealand and the Asia/Pacific region.
To make a referral download the form below, complete all information and send it to the address on the form.
Pelican Arts 1-1 Art Therapy Referral Form
If you would prefer a referral form as a word file or would like to discuss it in person please contact us.
Other information you should read before referring someone can be downloaded below.
Pelican Arts Information for Clients V3
Pelican arts believes all children should be safe, happy, and empowered. We take our legal and moral obligations to report concerns of child’s safety seriously and are committed to preventing child abuse and identifying risks early. The safety of children and young people is everyone’s responsibility.
In this art club kids aged 5-10 will use art as a way of communicating and connecting with others. Sessions will typically start with a warm-up art game, followed by a short activity to promote communication. The second half of the session will allow kids to explore their own amazing ideas. At the end of the session grown-ups will be invited in for a special viewing and a discussion of the art the kids have made that day.
Fridays, 4 pm – 5 pm, February 8th through to March 29th
$220 for the 8-week term. Contact Sunraysia Arts and Learning
to make a booking 04 2093 9229 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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