One art therapist’s path

From the archives: Here is a 2016 story about art therapist Felicitas Drobig BA DipT DKATI that describes her journey to become an art therapist and the inspirations that inform her work as an artist and in her Saskatoon private practice.  http://thestarphoenix.com/life/relationships/articulating-the-value-of-art-therapy

Highlights from Carmen Richardson’s Expressive Arts Therapy Workshop in Winnipeg

Last weekend, I had the pleasure of attending a workshop, Expressive Arts Therapy for Traumatized Children and Adolescents, facilitated by Carmen Richardson in Winnipeg. In a room full of Manitobans, a few of us Saskatchewan folk were pleasantly surprised to hear about Carmen’s Sask roots. Carmen is the founder and director of Prairie Institute of … Continue reading Highlights from Carmen Richardson’s Expressive Arts Therapy Workshop in Winnipeg

Syrian siblings helped by Saskatoon art therapist

Art therapist David Baudemont in partnership with Saskatoon’s Open Door Society are providing weekly art therapy at Queen Elizabeth School for the children of a Syrian family. The art therapy sessions are helping the siblings adapt to their new life in Canada and process the trauma of their experiences that brought them here. http://www.cbc.ca/beta/news/canada/saskatoon/syrian-kids-canada-art-therapy-1.3909483