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I offer in person and online Art Therapy for children, youth and adults. I have over 20 years experience as a mental health clinician and have been working for 10 years as a clinical supervisor.  


Art Therapy offers a playful approach to uncovering deeper issues. Together we explore both the process and the product. 


Art Therapy is not about making fine art. It is about engaging with materials to discover new meanings and better understand oneself. A new way of seeing things always emerges and problems shift to create more space for living. 


As an experienced therapist I create safety and ease so clients can connect with the full range of their emotions.

When working with children I work closely with parents as we find new ways to help children regulate their feelings and get back on track developmentally.


I also offer Supervision, Consulting and

Individual and group therapy.

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Nemo Falls, Valhalla Provincial Park
Slocan Lake, BC
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To learn more about Art Therapy click the logo & listen to Dope Labs: Healing Through Art Therapy  – LAB 064

Areas of Expertise

Emotional Regulation (behavioral)
Complex Trauma (sexual abuse)
Child & Youth Mental Health
Clinical Art Therapy Supervision

Reflective Parenting 
Understanding Anxiety 
Attachment Therapy

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"to look at an object is to inhabit it and from the habituation to grasp all things"          

Maurice Merleau-Ponty

Contact Me

I am currently offering individual online Art Therapy, counselling and consulting via the Zoom platform.   If you are interested in working together I begin with a consultation session that helps me better understand what type of help you are looking for and will also help you see if I will be a good fit for you.   


 I can be reached at 250-265-8868 or by email at

North Slocan Valley 

West Kootenay 

British Columbia, Canada

Tel: 1 250 265 8868

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Jennifer respectfully acknowledges that she is a settler
who lives, learns and works on the ancestral, unceded and occupied traditional lands of the Sinixt peoples.  Jennifer honors the ongoing presence of the Sinixt peoples on the land.

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