Aisling Fegan: Art therapy Psychotherapist, Newark on Trent, NG24
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Aisling Fegan

Art therapy psychotherapist
Online , Newark on Trent NG24
Has availability

About Me



Art & group psychotherapist

Pronouns: she / her


v   Online Therapy

v   Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

v   Art Therapy

v   Group Analytic Therapy


Aisling Fegan is an Irish artist, HCPC registered art psychotherapist and group analytic therapist. 

Based in Newark-on-Trent (UK) and working online, Aisling offers individual and group psychotherapy for adults living locally & globally. Outreach art therapy is available in Newark-on-Trent for people living with dementia.


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First Practice
Newark on Trent
NG24 1FP


I also provide my services online.

Issues often worked with

Cultural issues
Finding meaning

Therapy offered

On video

Client groups



v  Initial 30-minute conversation is free.

v Individual art therapy costs between £50 per session.

v Group therapy costs £100 per month.

   Fees can be reduced for people on lower incomes.

Training and qualifications

v  International Group Analyst Qualifying Course, Group Analysis India (Aug 2022 – ongoing)

v  International Diploma in Group Work, Group Analysis India (Aug 2021 –  July 2022)

v  Certificate: An introduction to working with people with eating disorders and body dysmorphia, Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation, London (Oct 2020 – June 2021)

v  Foundation Certificate in Group Analysis, Institute of Group Analysis, London (Oct 2019 – July 2020)

v  Masters in Art Psychotherapy (with Distinctions), Goldsmiths, University of London (Sept 2012 – June 2015)

v  Degree in Model Making and Design for Film and Media, Institute of Art, Design and Technology Ireland (Sept 2004 – May 2007)



Verified professional membership

HCPC (Arts therapist)

My articles

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