Blue Box Creative Arts Therapy Centre
Covid – 19 Update
Blue Box Creative Arts Therapy Centre is now fully open for In House Therapy and are continuing Therapy sessions in schools.
Blue Box are following Government guidelines to keep people safe. Blue Box is still requesting adults to wear face masks when in the Blue Box building, children do not have to wear masks.
If you would like to avail of this service, please contact us at email@example.com and your query will be handled confidentially. Blue Box at present has a waiting list and is not taking on any new clients at this time. You are welcome to call for further information.
When a child is feeling sad or hurt it is important to have a therapist who provides a secure, safe environment in which to go to.
In 2021 Blue Box
Delivered this many sessions…
Helped this many children in need…
Delivered services in this many schools…
Blue Box Creative Arts Therapy Centre is working with schools and families in Limerick City and environs. To provide a safe space with trained Creative Arts Therapists who deliver a professional service. Our work with children who need support at school or home helps guide them through difficult times.
Driven by innovative Arts Therapy Programmes, we are making a real difference.
The children of Limerick need your support to sustain these essential interventions. Please donate.
CEO, Bernadette Kenny was delighted to welcome a group of student teachers from Florida to Blue Box recently.
The students, who were visiting Ireland through the invitation of Mary Immaculate College,
learnt about the work of Blue Box and how Creative Arts Therapy supports children’s mental health and wellbeing.
This was followed by an experiential Creative Arts session where the students had great fun!! they reported that they learnt new skills and ideas that they would take back to their own work in the USA.
Later this month, Mary Immaculate College are hosting another US group, Blue Box looks forward to meeting the group of student nurses from Rhode Island.
Deloitte ‘One Good Turn’ Cycle in aid of Mental Health
Photo: Bernadette Kenny, CEO of Blue Box Creative Arts Therapy Centre with cyclist Donal Lehane, Deloitte