ArtFelt Conversations
Presented by Vicki Roubin

Expressive Arts Psychotherapist/Clinical Counsellor
M. Couns., Grad. Dip. Arts Psychotherapy, B.Mus.
PACFA Reg. (Clin) 22358.

Saturday, March 20th, 9:30am to 3:45pm

Arts Psychotherapy for Self-Care, Discovery and Personal Growth

This one day workshop offers strengths-based explorations of all things pertaining to you and your life. Come ready to …

  • Explore your inner world through a series of uniquely designed art-making invitations
  • Foster awareness and insight around what’s most important to you
  • Examine what holds you back and what propels you forward
  • Reconnect to Self and express your deeper truth in a supportive, safe space
  • Gain new perspective on your journey thus far and what it is you truly desire moving forward
  • Identify personal resources and strategies to help on the tricky days

$200 (includes all art materials & morning tea) BYO lunc

If you are interested, you must book via email with Vicki Roubin at

Feeling stressed and overwhelmed by our covid-turbulent world? 

Some issues of the heart are best explored without words. 

How to Book: To ensure this program is right for you, bookings for this program can only be made AFTER contacting Vicki.  

Please register your interest via email to Victoria Roubin 

Numbers are strictly limited to 10.


Vicki Roubin

Vicki Roubin is a trauma-informed Arts Psychotherapist who draws on expressive arts and somatic attunement to help people navigate their unique healing journey. 

It’s a subject dear to her heart and that of her award-winning memoir, Wobbly, published in 2009 which describes her own longstanding history with depression and anxiety and the self-discovered power of art therapy to bring about awareness and, ultimately, positive change.  

Vicki has a Bachelor of Music, a Post-graduate Diploma of Arts Psychotherapy, a Master of Counselling and is currently completing training in Somatic Experiencing™.  

Aside from a busy private practice, she is a sessional lecturer of post-grad students of counselling and is the Director of her group Arts Therapy Program called ArtFelt Conversations, launched in 2011.

“I have tried a few art classes since leaving school, but I loved that Studio Yellow is a small, intimate group with a really positive feel. The workshop I attended was a fantastic experience and I can’t wait to use my new skills at home and at work. Natalie has provided me with a certificate of participation, so I am able to claim 4 hours of Professional Development. I love my painting and had such fun today that I will definitely be back for another class.”
Rachell P (Primary School Teacher)