"Therapeutic Doll Making" & "Sculptural Lifelines" - Art Psychotherapy Groups for Carers
"Therapeutic Doll Making" & "Sculptural Lifelines" are Art Psychotherapy Groups for Carers. They are roaming groups held in different areas of NSW.
Type of Carer Group
- Intellectual disability
- Physical disability
- Brain injury
- Vision impairment or blindness
- Hearing impairment or deafness
- Paid professionals or staff caring for someone
- Family or friends caring for people living with a range of conditions
Contact detailsSonia Stace
Accredited Mental Health Social Worker & Registered Art Psychotherapist
0419 124 951
Times/DatesThese groups are held at various locations across NSW.
The next two groups are:
Date& Location TBA, 11:00 am â 2:00 pm
âTherapeutic Doll Makingâ
Date & Location TBA, 11:00 am â 2:00 pm
You may attend either or both of the groups (there is a maximum of 10 carers in each group)
Art materials are included
Please feel free to also bring any materials that hold meaning for you, such as memorabilia, embellishments, etc...
When making a sculptural lifeline or a therapeutic doll the emphasis is on the process of creating a three-dimensional artwork and reflecting on the meanings held within your sculpture or doll.
No artistic skills are necessary!
You will have the opportunity to choose whether to share the meanings in your sculpture or doll with the group.
A light snack (e.g. fruit, crackers, dip, cookies) is included.
You can book online once the venues and dates have been confirmed.
Please contact Sonia to register your interest in having a group held in your local area in the future.
Please note: Opinions posted on group websites and social media pages are the opinions of the group and do not necessarily reflect Carers NSW's position on the matters discussed.