Newsletter – April 2022

Kindred Art Space April 2022 Newsletter

The Kindred Art Space April Newsletter shares with you a welcome to our new Arts Therapist, Art Therapy services supporting NDIS participants, Empowered Art Therapy Team Building, and Professional Self-Care workshops. To find out more about our specialist practitioners and services and how to book a free ‘Meet and Greet’ click HERE

Meet Fiona McGrath – Arts Therapist at Kindred Art Space

Fiona McGrath Arts Therapist at Kindred Art Space

Meet Fiona McGrath – Arts Therapist at Kindred Art Space
In a recent interview with Fiona McGrath we find out more about them and the services they provide.
What matters to me

For me, Arts Therapy is a safe place to rest, breathe, create, discover and feel supported. Knowing it is not all about reaching a creative or visually pleasing outcome allows me a sense of freedom to let go, trust the experiential process and watch the magic happen naturally.

Empowered Professional Self-Care Workshops – now facilitated internationally

Kerryn Knight, Founder of Empowered Art Therapy and Kindred Art Space has been facilitating Professional Self-Care programs and workshops for a range of Industries, groups and organisations for many years. This March Kerryn will facilitate a workshop for Educators in Pennsylvania, U.S, for their annual ELECT Virtual Conference.  The ELECT Education Leading to Employment and
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Community Connections Through Art Exhibition

Eastern Access Community Health (EACH) whom Kerryn Knight of Kindred Art Space and Empowered Art Therapy partners with facilitating Carer workshops is supporting an Art Exhibition. If you are interested or know someone who may would like to participate, please complete the attached Expression of Interest and send it to Debbie.Boock@vt.uniting.org by the 28th January
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Richness of Art Therapy:  The Power of Intersubjective Responding through Art Making

Clients ask me what an intersubjective response within the therapy room is and how it can provide richness in art therapy. Within the safe-enough therapeutic environment, I create with my clients, sometimes an intersubjective response can further deepen a client’s inquiry and understanding of their experience.  As I companion them, I feel, hear and look
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Kindred Art Space showcased by Frankston City Council

Kindred Art Space Invest Franskton

Feeling stoked to have Kindred Art Space showcased by Invest Frankston! As a believer in signs, the Kookaburra has been a part of my life since beginning my practice in 2008 – in 2015 we transformed an empty warehouse in Kookaburra Street into a sensory creative therapeutic Centre for mental health and never looked back.
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Mapping My Inner Treasure ( C ) Empowered Art Therapy course online

This online Art Therapy course, presented by Art Therapist & Founder of Empowered Art Therapy and Kindred Art Space, Kerryn Knight enables you to gain a greater understanding of yourself, your strengths, challenges and learning edges through creative, expressive processes.  This online course will provide you with: Background information about Art Therapy and its benefits
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