Expressing ourselves through words can be tough, especially after a traumatic experience or unexpected trials such as Covid 19. With all the uncertainty, we may experience different emotions colliding with each other. Fortunately, we have other ways to convey our feelings and state of mind. These means of expression are artistic and creative and can help us explore our emotions, instincts, passions, and more.

At Serenity Mountain Expressive Arts Therapy, I specialize in expressive arts therapy which integrates therapeutic photography, visual arts; painting, drawing, clay, collage, as well as language arts such as writing, poetry, stories. Movement and sound are also utilized. Expressive art provides individuals with an opportunity to express their lived experiences through an intermodal art process.

If you’d like to learn about the possibilities of expressive art and would like to try it out yourself, feel free to join us at the Creative Outreach for Covid 19 Impact By Serenity Mountain Expressive Arts Therapy. This event will be held on Saturday, September 25th, at Aspenglen Park, from 1:00 to 3:00 pm. The park is located on Calahoo Road and Grove Drive, Spruce Grove, Alberta. Covid 19 protocols will be utilized. It is a free community expressive art in the park event designed to give participants a taste of experiential expressive art.

At the event, you will be provided with a sample of what expressive art is and how it works. It will allow you to explore expressive options that will suit your preferences. There is no art background necessary to participate in this event. Only a willingness to use your imagination is necessary.

Serenity Mountain Expressive Arts Therapy will facilitate the entire event. You can reach out to me by emailing me at, or you can go to my Facebook page for more information. You can also call me at (780) 243-4231, and I will be happy to answer your questions.

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