Private Sessions

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We offer one-on-one sessions for those who want to work with us individually. Sometimes the goal is simply the opportunity for creative self-expression. Sometimes people want to make art to help them consider specific challenges, such as getting unstuck or prioritizing components of an overwhelming life. Our private sessions offer the space, time and creative focus to bring inner voices forward. Contact us for more information.

Groups and Workshops

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Our group sessions are varied and can be tailored to the group. They may be one time events or offered over a few weeks. Here are some group sessions we offer regularly:

  • Me as a Tree
  • Express Yourself
  • Women in Shifting Landscapes
  • Art with Heart (for Caregivers)
  • Courage Cards

On Request

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Let us know your specific needs. Create your own group. Design an art experience with your friends. Plan a staff retreat. Rachel and Wendy are excited to plan with you!

Art Cart

We will bring art to you! Our Art Cart holds all kinds of exciting creative possibilities that can unfold at your home, in hospital or anywhere you are.


Special Topics

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We provide art sessions focused on specific topics. There are many possibilities, but here are some examples:

  • Grief, loss, bereavement and legacy work
  • “Finding my voice”: strengthening understanding and decision-making for people who live with disabilities
  • Nature-based sessions to facilitate our connection with the natural world

Graphic Facilitation

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Stepping Stones Expressive Arts can provide Graphic Facilitation for
your meetings, workshops and conferences. We will make large scale drawings to accompany a verbal message or speech. For individuals who are visual learners, deaf, hard of hearing, or those with an intellectual disability, Graphic Facilitation can help to make gatherings more inclusive and welcoming.