Unmasking Your Mental Health, Self Discovery Through Art

03 Dec, 2020

Join us for a one-hour talk and lesson in art therapy to help cope with some of the emotional challenges we have faced this year. Counsellor, Michelle Hrynyk MSW & RSW, will discuss resiliency and acceptance and how we can nurture our mental health and beat the winter blues. Anishnabe artist, Mark Seabrook BA BEd, will guide us in an art therapy activity that will help you recognize emotions and feelings that have been lurking in your subconscious, reduce stress and anxiety and increase self awareness. No advanced art skills required and only basic tools needed (such as pens, markers, colouring pencils, etc). You will leave this workshop with practical tools to take care and nurture your mental wellbeing as well as a take home art exercise you can do on your own time to continue to practise your self discovery through art.

Event Details

Day & Date: Thursday, December 3, 2020

Time: 6:30 pm

Ticket Price: $30

Register before midnight on December 1 and you be entered in a draw to win a $25 Starbucks gift card.

Raffle Ticket: $10 – prizes and winners will be announced at the event

Event Schedule

6:30 pm

Introduction and Welcome from ABLE2 Executive Director, Heather Lacey

6:35 pm

Resiliency, Acceptance and Nurturing our Mental Health – Michelle Hrynyk

7:00 pm

Art Therapy Activity – Mark Seabrook

7:30 pm

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