Here at Creative Therapies we have been incredibly lucky to work with a wide variety of  therapists, artists, core staff and trustees over the years. We are delighted to have connected with such a talented team, who all contribute positively to the the impact of our projects. 

Having recently expanded our pool of freelance staff and trustees, we are currently updating our biographies. We will have some more up to date information on our expanding pool of both therapists and trustees. For now, here is some info on some of our core staff at CT HQ:

Diane Dawson

Programmes Manager 

Diane has a long history with Creative Therapies, supporting the day to day administration for number of years, before taking up a place at Glasgow School of Art in 2006.  


Since graduating, she splits her time between her own art practice, teaching and freelancing for small arts organisations.

Sara Marshall

Admin and Comms Coordinator

Sara graduated from Glasgow University in 2004 with an MA in Theatre Studies and English Literature. She has since worked for a variety of creative organisations in producing, project managing, co-ordinating, marketing and company administration.

Sara enjoys creative writing and is currently enrolled in a mentoring programme at Strathclyde University. 

Angela Bialek 

Lead Arts Therapist 

Angela is a BAAT registered Art Therapist with extensive experience of working with young people across different sectors; residential care, in-patient units, Child and Adolescent Mental Health, and social work and housing.


She is currently leading the development of the company’s Kinnections project working with those in Kinship Care.

Sheena McGregor 

Senior Art Therapist 

Sheena brings with her a wide range of experience of art, teaching, work with children and art work within the prison service.


Sheena is an Art Therapist registered with BAAT and currently is the senior arts therapist for our art therapy project in Ward 4 at the Royal Hospital for Children. Sheena teaches on the International Masters Art Therapy Course at Queen Margaret University.