** Free Art Therapy Group for Parents **
Oct. 2 through Dec. 4
9:30AM - 12:00PM
A safe and supportive group to reflect on our unique and universal experiences with parenting. Engage in art making, writing and self-reflection in response to learning about healthy attachment and the child's developing brain.
Facilitated by Nicole Le Bihan, Registered Art Therapist.
Participants must PRE-REGISTER as this will be a closed group continuing for 10 weeks. Please contact Nicole at 250.352.2264 ext.104 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Workshop facilitated by Richard Campbell
Richard Campbell, DKATI, is a knowledge keeper, an art therapist, and a drug and alcohol worker. Since graduating from KATI in 2004, Richard has been working to combine art therapy with medicine wheel teachings. One of his recent projects involved the positioning of 36 white boulders into a 100-foot-diameter stone medicine wheel on the Boothroyd Indian Reserve as a healing tool for cultivating education, justice, safety and community.
Cost - $125
Workshop and evening talk facilitated by
Dr. Markus Alexander
Friday, September 7
How Do We Identify What Truly Nurtures Us?
Informal evening talk
7 - 9pm
Suggested donation - $25
Saturday, September 8
Creating Clarity – A Nurturing Approach
9am - 4pm
Cost - $125
Samantha Strachan, an interdisciplinary artist, art therapist, performer, and scholar, explores her process through an autobiographical lens to review the development of her practice with art therapy. Through an interactive and performative installation, the presenter seeks to deepen her understanding of the healing potential of art.
Be guided through each of the Anishinaabe Seven Sacred Teachings, and explore ways that they can be a useful healing tool in your own life as well as an asset to your therapeutic practice.
This group will be a safe and supportive space to reflect on our unique and universal experiences with parenting.
Intimacy of being requires a strong yet subtle resonance with movement within. Markus’ approach to expressive arts work is to give that resonance within a life in the world. In this way, our embodied feelings become rich and lush."