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The Caring Place Announces

New Expressive Art As Therapy Program


Begins and ends with

creating your own mask

    • Wednesdays May 3 – June 21 2017
    • 7:00 PM TO 9:00 PM
    • $240.00 for 8 weeks
    • Registration for next session is open
    • Maximum 10 participants
    • Call 306.347.2273 to register
    • Includes Art Supplies

Additional information can be found at Art As Therapy Group Registration


Sponsored by SaskPower

      • For New Immigrants Only
      • FREE
      • Tuesdays March 28th – May 16th
      •  9:30 AM to 11:30 AM
      • Maximum 8 participants
      • Call 306.347.2273 to register
      • Interpreters provided – please specify if you require one and for which language.

Expressive Art Therapy heals. Come….

Discover it for yourself

The Caring Place would like to thank ..

The Scotia Bank for their donations of furniture and walls for the new Art Therapy room.

SaskPower for a grant for the New Unloneliness Project to support new immigrants in finding their Home in their New Land.

Thanks also go to:

Fries Tallman for their in-kind support of building materials.

Duke Architectural for the donation of a loaner kiln

Chaunce Olson for building the new space

Doug Scheurwater Paragon Projects for electrical work

Artists Tracy Rodrigues and Sara Derkson who painted murals,

The Glen Elm Church of Christ, and The Chinese Alliance Missions Committee for their amazing financial support that has made the launching of this program possible.

Art AsTherapy — When We Cannot Find Words to Speak

When our world encourages us to suppress our emotions we learn to put on a blank face – which suppresses our inner turmoil.

In art therapy, words are not always necessary. A mere lump of clay or a blank canvas can be far less threatening than giving voice to painful feelings.

The simple act of journaling can bring light to darkness, ignite conversation, or be a release for a depressing thought.

Because something is not spoken does not mean that nothing is being said or revealed. Art therapy supports us when words are not enough.

Art As Therapy can give you the Capacity to Feel Again

Art Therapy can help you understand your feelings. Sometimes life’s struggles cause us to feel numb or distanced from our feelings – unable to express them.

Creating Art opens the doors of our hearts to expression and emotion and helps us to unlock those feelings. Once you have created something concrete which acknowledges your emotions it is easier to give yourself permission to find voice to express them. You may be surprised how you get a sense of relief when your depression is transferred to canvas or clay.

Art As Therapy can help you Creating Your Own Happiness

When we look at or create something of meaning and beauty our bodies release a hormone (dopamine) which releases pleasure in our brains and increases our sense of positive feelings.

Working closely with a Mental Health Therapist clients explore and proactively manage and overcome their challenges … the result is something truly beautiful!

Art As Therapy can be a way to work through grief, depression, fear, rejection or even loneliness.

Our Mental Health Therapists work with local artist helping individuals build masks to express their feelings, music to lift themselves above their realities, and paint and drama to explore, who they want to become.

As individuals explore, a mental health counselor skillfully helps discover the meaning of the work they are creating.

Can Art be Medicine?

Art Therapy is a growing field – whose acceptance has catapulted with the work done by Michelle Obama and the Guggenheim Institute working with returning soldiers who experience post- traumatic stress disorder.

We Need Your Help

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The Caring Place takes clients regardless of ability to pay.

As a result, many people who otherwise could not afford professional counselling find help at The Caring Place. Our Client Support Fund is currently running very low. So we need your help to help other people less fortunate!

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