Expressive Arts


The Expressive Arts involves letting go into a creative process .  We use our thoughts and feelings around our issue or concern to express itself through art.

We can draw, paint, make a collage or sculpt with clay!

We can sing, tone, and maybe groan and/or allow ourselves to express through movement and dance.   We can write a story or a poem.

Engaging in a creative process (without thinking) is liberating.  It sheds light on our issues in a way that helps us to feel safe and trust ourselves.   We often have the experience of seeing & feeling things in a new way!

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One such way is through Guided Imagery & Music (GIM) involves seeing and feeling imagery as we listen to music.

Using the MARI cards helps us to discover things about ourselves by selecting image cards and color cards.

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  • Sue acknowledges the creative spirit in everyone and she has facilitated hundreds of workshops and groups using expressive arts to stimulate the imagination and to access inner thoughts & feelings
  • Selected themes provide opportunities for participants to explore their issues using the expressive arts.
  • Our Focus is on the process of art making rather than the final product, the approach is intuitive rather than pre-planned.
  • No artistic talent or experience is necessary; only a willingness to be curious and explore!
  • Workshops for small groups are offered throughout the year or you can request a custom workshop for your group or family.
  • The expressive arts offer a unique way of unleashing the creative flow and facilitating personal growth
  • Sue provides a safe & confidential environment for the participants involved.
  • There are opportunites for learning compassion for ourselves and others.
  • See events for upcoming workshops.



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