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Art Therapy Unique State Art Space

Finding a voice through creative expression

Art Therapy at Unique State is facilitated by Elaine Sullivan (Camlin) and shaped with her background in visual arts. Each session values the use of materials and play, highlighting and understanding the importance of creative well-being and art for health.

ANZACATA Professional Member

Our Story

Elaine is a practicing exhibiting artist with extensive experience working in and with community, she has experience working with children in foster care, working with artists at The Art Factory: Supported Studio, multicultural communities, in education systems, and fostering creativity for young families through the Young at HeART program at Wagga Wagga Art Gallery. Elaine has a keen interest in supporting neurodiverse children and teenagers and facilitates programs for participants accessing the NDIS. 

Elaine's art practice values mark-making as a meditative activity, with regular creativity helping to regulate the fluctuations of life. She holds a Bachelor of Visual Arts from the ANU School of Art, Bachelor of Arts (Visual and Performing) (Honours) from CSU and a Master of Therapeutic Arts Practice from the MIECAT Institute. Elaine is a current professional member of the Australian, New Zealand and Asian Creative Arts Therapies Association (ANZACATA), the peak professional body representing creative arts therapists in Australia, New Zealand and the Asia/Pacific region.   

U/S Programs

We have facilitated projects for:

The Leisure Company
Startts NSW
Wagga Wagga Marketplace


Unique State: an original impression unlike any other. 

A place to collaborate, communicate and create.

A safe space to explore Creative Arts Therapy.

Facilitated by an artist/ art therapist to foster creative well-being.

Connecting with community to explore printmaking with peers.

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  • Participant lead.

  • Supportive, non-judgemental environment.

  • No expert skills in art required.

  • Making authentic connections.

  • A safe space to thrive and learn to be creative!

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  • Facilitating creative well-being.

  • Using art processes to explore feelings & experiences.

  • Support with transitional periods & emotional regulation.

  • Contributing to a sense of belonging & identity.



  • Fostering creative play and exploration.

  • Access to printmaking, drawing, painting, clay, craft and Lego based sessions.

  • Play based approach to materials

  • Facilitated by a trained artist & art therapist. 

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 Exploring creative language assisting to:

  • express personal needs, values, strengths and interests.

  • finding a voice for self-expression through art.

  • Communicating through art materials.

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