Programs for Siblings

Specialized workshops that are professionally facilitated.

The Art of Healing: A Sibling Loss Art therapy Series

A six-week therapeutic art series that provides children with a creative outlet for the expression of a child’s grief and loss journey. This group helps children develop evidence-based Cognitive-Behavioural coping skills while honouring an Attachment Framework. These skills will enhance a child’s understanding of the interconnection between our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellbeing.

The Art of Healing from Sibling Loss – Teen Art Therapy Group

When there is a loss, our holistic health is severely disrupted and set off balance. In the six-week group, we will use art-making and dialogue to help build coping mechanisms in response to your sibling loss. We will draw upon the Indigenous medicine wheel to focus on creating and maintaining a balance between your physical, emotional, spiritual, and mental health. This group will be led virtually by Professional Métis Art Therapist, Tayler Schenkeveld.

The Art of Healing from Sibling Loss – Child Art Therapy Group

This six-week therapeutic group is a creative expression of a child’s grief and loss journey. It supports children to develop evidence-based Cognitive-Behavioural coping skills, while honouring an Attachment Framework.

Play Support Group for Preschool Age Children & Caregivers

This is a six-week therapeutic group that supports preschool children and caregivers. When a family experiences a loss of a child, caregivers are often not able to be physically, mentally, emotionally and/or spiritually present in their roles as caregivers.

The Art of Healing: A Child and Parent Art Therapy Series

When a family experiences a loss of a child, caregivers are often not able to be physically, mentally, emotionally and/or spiritually present in their roles as caregivers. This group will help to release feelings of shame, guilt and judgment that caregivers may experience while enhancing the loving bond between them and their child through the shared joy of play and creative art therapies.

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