Group Art Therapy


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A nurturing space to freely create a visual representation of your inner world.


A chance to connect genuinely to a community of like-minded others.


What To Expect

Group sessions run for anywhere between 75-90 minutes depending on how many people participate. The classes are capped at 20 people max to ensure it remains intimate enough and everyone has a chance to share what came up for them. Sharing our insights is important because it allows every person to feel seen and heard.

Each group session focuses on a range of different themes (seasonal changes, grief, self-love, etc). They involve creative prompts, guided meditation, and of course, group sharing. The intention behind these groups is to facilitate healing, encourage a sense of community and develop genuine connection with others. The world can be a lonely place, these workshops work to alleviate that. You do not need to arrive in these sessions in any specific way to be accepted, you are accepted exactly as you are.

You also do not need to be an artist to participate. All creative minds are welcome (Hint: even if you think you aren’t creative, you are. All human beings are creative!)

“I have done many group sessions with Kim and have come out of each one feeling calm, at peace and inspired. I found them to be amazing resets and opportunities to connect with myself and others in a safe and creative space that Kim does an amazing job in keeping. Whether you are going through a funk, feeling disconnected, or basically just want to get creative in a positive way I cannot recommend her sessions highly enough!”

– Nicole

Upcoming Workshops

No events are scheduled at the moment. Check back here again soon!

Have questions?

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