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    Art Therapy for Mental Health Workers

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    Are you a mental health worker, and looking for new ways to support your self-care? This group is for you! 

    Rosette will guide you through different art directives aimed at finding outwardly expression to process and reflect on concerns, or challenges, and to provide a supported space where you can find your creative flow. The group will run for two hours, once a month on a Saturday morning. You will be guided through an integrative and multimodal approach over the two hours, where mindfulness, art-making, and gentle movement are incorporated into the session.

    This group aims to support mental health and wellbeing. Please bear in mind that this is not an art class, and no prior experience with art materials is required whatsoever.

    The group is limited to six people to ensure a safe and protected space is created for you to explore as deeply as need be. The group will run for two hours, with a break in between to reset, and stretch the body.

    Rosette Rouhana is a registered arts therapist with a rich educational background, including a Bachelor of Arts Therapy, a Certificate IV in Mental Health, and ongoing studies for her Masters in Mental Health Arts Therapy. With registrations from PACFA and ANZACATA, she adheres to their high standards of ethics and practice. Rosette's approach as an integrative and expressive arts therapist is to create a nurturing environment for clients, offering empathy and guidance throughout their journey.

    If you have any questions, email Rosette at rosetterouhana@gmail.com.

    FAQs:

    Do I need to bring my own art materials?

    No, all art materials will be provided by over the four weeks.

    Is there wheelchair access?

    Unfortunately, there is no wheelchair access within the building. Please bear in mind, you will need to access the room via stairs.

    Is parking available?

    Street parking available along Morgan Street, and the building entrance is on Morgan Street. The building is located opposite Beverly Hills train station, and busses run regularly within the area.




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