Aliki also facilitates private sessions for individuals, couples and small groups who require counselling.
Aliki Romano is a skilled and experienced art counsellor who incorporates the tool of art-making into the therapeutic process. Art-making effectively encourages the access and externalisation of conflicted emotions that are difficult to verbalise. Emergent artworks serve as visual containers for the exploration of issues at hand and constitute a valuable record of the healing process over time.
Aliki holds a safe and non-judgmental space where all creative expression is valid and welcome. Experience or skill in art-making is not a requirement for prospective clients who are invited to engage with a wide variety of art materials including paint, dye, pastels, collage materials, clay, found and natural objects,
Aliki provides emotional support and guidance across a wide spectrum of emotional needs that occur in the context of Bereavement, Trauma, Bipolar Disorder, Borderline Personality disorder, Depression and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. When necessary she collaborates with other other health-care workers including psychiatrists, psychologists, homeopaths, and general practioners in the best interests of her clients.