Using movement and expressive art therapy to be supported and better support others

Four sessions: October 7 to October 28,   Thursdays from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

  • How do I feel physically, emotionally and mentally in my reality as a caregiver?
  • How can I take better care of my own needs?
  • What resources are available to me?

This series of workshops will tackle these questions by tapping into your creativity. You’ll be invited to explore your inner landscape through a creative process involving movement, drawing and writing,  fuelled by your emotions and experiences. The art that emerges will serve to identify the inner resources that you can draw on to deal with the complexities of everyday life.

Sarah Varichon has a degree in cultural animation and research from UQAM and worked for several years in Montreal’s culture and event industries. She is also a caregiver for her mother, who has been living with schizophrenia for 30 years. Sarah is currently a facilitator for the Life/Art Process®, a creative, therapeutic approach based on movement and expressive arts.

Video on the arts workshop series (in French):

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