Workshop (80 min.): Cultural Humility in Art Therapy

This dynamic and engaging workshop will explore how power and privilege in relationships and institutions can hinder therapeutic work. Presenters will discuss how the framework of cultural humility provides a compelling way to address inequities and “what is broken” when applied in community work and art therapy practice. Participants will also be given the opportunity to engage in reflective practice through art making.

Rapinder Kaur is a registered psychotherapist and art therapist, social change agent, CATA board member, and facilitator. Rapinder has worked in a number of different settings, including schools, psychiatric hospital, group homes, long term care, social service agencies, and is the founder of Art as Therapy, a private therapy practice.

Dr. Jaspreet Bal is a professor in the Child and Youth Care program at Humber College in Toronto. A community organizer and educator, her practice involves radical youth work with under-served populations across North America. She serves on the board of directors of the Sikh Feminist Research Institute and Kaurs United International, and on the advisory board of the Sikh Research Institute.

Workshops by Art as Therapy 

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At Art as Therapy we facilitate art therapy workshops designed specifically for you. Through the often less familiar modality of making something, participants are provided the opportunity for self-expression, which allows participants to tap into their creativity, to see things in a new way, to learn about themselves, and to gain personal insight. Being in a group can be a really powerful and meaningful experience. Participants benefit greatly from sharing the experience with others. There is power in collective wisdom and insight. And don't forget participants may experience enjoyment through the process, and the act of making something may positively shift their mood and energy level! 

We run workshops at both our office locations or we can come to you, wherever that might be. To find out more about how Art as Therapy workshops can bring creativity and empowerment to your place, please contact us today.