Draw On is an art therapy not for profit organisation.

Art therapy can provide the opportunity to communicate past and present experiences through the art making process and image. It offers a safe space to become absorbed in, to imagine, play and connect. We use our  expertise to offer art therapy groups, training and workshops.


Draw On was founded in 2019 by two HCPC registered Art Psychotherapists, Katie Miller and Emily Hollingsbee. Both therapists have worked in refugee camps in Greece, France and as art therapists in the UK with people who have been displaced due to war, persecution and socio-economic factors. 


Draw On was set up with a focus to encourage a sense of community, connection and solidarity through the art making. They use their expertise and experiences of working with displaced populations including refugees, asylum seekers and migrants, to work in partnership with existing organisations to offer art therapy groups, with children, young people and adults.

Draw On values the importance of the shared experience and offers workshops and trainings to organisations and educational environments.

To find out more about our workshops and training click on the 'Services' button above!