Ruth Nolan is the founder and director of Freedom Song, a private practice that offers a range of creative and therapeutic services. Driven by a desire to help clients achieve a sense of peace, growth and fulfilment in their personal, creative and professional lives, Ruth draws on a diverse range of skills and theories to tailor sessions to suit the needs of each individual and group she works with.

As well as being a skilled ceramicist, musical director and singing teacher, Ruth has specialist experience working with complex trauma recovery for adult and child survivors of domestic violence, training other facilitators and providing one-on-one support and group facilitation for carers, women’s refuges and Aboriginal women elders.

She holds a Master of Arts from the Melbourne Institute of Experiential and Creative Arts Therapy (MIECAT) and is a registered professional member of the Australian, New Zealand and Asian Creative Arts Therapies Association (ANZACATA). In addition to using the MIECAT process with her clients, Ruth incorporates sandplay therapy, clayspace therapy, movement, EFT, guided visualisation, sound therapy, ritual and ceremony and is trained to facilitate groups using a creative problem solving technique called Synectics.

Ruth has three adult children and four grandchildren and lives and works in a small coastal village between Macksville and Kempsey on the Mid North Coast of NSW.
      Ruth Nolan Prof MACATA, Master of Arts and Postgraduate Diploma in Creative & Art Therapy (M.I.E.C.A.T); Musical Director: Power of Song.

Ms Ruth Nolan, PACFA Reg. Clinical 
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