Soul Nurture afternoon with Art
An afternoon with permission to use the right side of your brain. An opportunity for you to rest, reflect and be silent in solitude alongside others, in a quiet and peaceful setting at WellSpring Centre.
The afternoon may include an introduction to each other and possible activities, time for creativity, time to share with one other person what the experience was like for you, time for reflection on what you notice. Please bring your journal or notebook.
Please do not let finance be a reason you do not come. If you are a member of Ashburton Baptist or St Kilda Elsternwick Baptist Church, you can come for free (your church sponsors you to attend events at WellSpring).
You may choose to sponsor someone else to come, by purchasing an extra ticket at the check out.
More about Kay
Kay has worked as an Art Therapist in a number of settings since 2015. She completed her Master of Arts by Supervision - Experiential and Creative Arts Practice (MIECAT, Fitzroy) in 2013. This qualified her to be an independent Art Therapist. She worked at two Baptcare Day Centres between 2015-2020, a nursing home Lionsbrae in Ringwood, from 2016 until the present, and the Amaroo Neighbourhood house from 2021 to the present. Her experience in mostly working with diverse groups of people with a range of ages, disabilities and needs. During that time she has had individual clients as well. She worked as an academic development adviser/ Senior Lecturer at Swinburne University, La Trobe and Monash between 2000- 2014. She completed a Master of Professional Education and Training at Deakin 2006. Her research paper was titled “ Reflections of resilience in the lives of Academic Staff”.
10 Y St
Ashburton VIC 3147
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