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Teenage Art Journaling Workshops

A 13 years olds Art Journaling page on her reaction to the day.

A 13 years olds Art Journaling page on her reaction to the day.

CORE YOUNG MINDS focuses on young adults 11-18 years old offering creative well being workshops using Art Journaling as a consistent wellbeing tool in the the lives of young adults wanting to explore, develop and look at their thoughts and feelings.

Core Young Minds aim is for young adults to explore a different creative outlet that they are comfortable with and can realistically fit into their daily lives if they want to help with their daily wellbeing.

What are the challenges that vulnerable young adults?
Anxiety
Stress
Self Harm
Eating disorders
Bullying
Sexuality
Negative thoughts Fact or Opinion

Art Journaling strengths are:
A safe space to use words and visually explorer thoughts
We up cycle and reuse old books and papers
Free flow writing to art a process of connection to self
Empowerment and a new creative skill which can lead into other forms of creativity
Enjoy self care and self respect.


I really liked the teenage core art journaling because you could really express yourself with paints. We made a collage and it was really relaxed and you could paint anything on it

Bella, 13.

You can channel alot of emotions into it.

Lucy 13.



Art journaling has lots of techniques. Here we use printing with gelli plates.

Art journaling has lots of techniques. Here we use printing with gelli plates.


Did you know…

It is concerning that, of young women in this age group with a disorder, over half (52.7%) reported that they had self-harmed or attempted suicide.

(NHS Digital Source)


teen mark making

Group work


Mindful mark making

Shut down the inner critic there is no right or wrong just the honest expression of your mark.

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