An 8-hour Art Psychotherapy Workshop held over 4 Saturday mornings
My Spirit, My Sparkle: Living the Connection
Arts Psychotherapy for Self-Care, Discovery and Personal Growth
This highly experiential art therapy program offers a series of uniquely designed art felt explorations & guided drawing meditations to help you reconnect with your spiritual essence, your deeper intuition, your truth and personal power. Discovery of which is like coming home. Over 4 x 2-hour sessions the gentle, restorative exercises presented will explore your:
• True self/constructed self
• Lived experience of the Divine
• Connection with The Wonder Child Within
• Preferred pathways and connections to the Divine
• Higher Self: A Magnificent You
• Creativity, play and flow states
When: 4 x Saturdays: May 22nd, 29th, June 5th & 12th (9.30 to 11.30 AM)
Where: Studio Yellow (Manly West)
Cost: $300 (includes all art materials, handouts, homework invitations, tea/coffee)
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Numbers are strictly limited to 10.
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.