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Individual Art Therapy

Individual Art Therapy Sessions

Individual Art Therapy session allows a focused approach to your mental health needs. You and your therapist will be able to work closely together on a therapeutic process that is tailored to support your mental health needs.

Why Individual Art Therapy?

  • Individual Art Therapy allows one-on-one attention. You and your therapist will be able to work hand in hand on a healing process that is tailored specifically to your mental health needs

  • The one-on-one time will foster a safe environment and trust between you and your therapist to support your personal growth

Schedule a free 15 minute consultation with our therapist if you have any questions regarding fees and to determine if Art Therapy is the right fit for you. There is no limit to the number of sessions you have access to. Check out our art therapists profiles here, to find a therapist that matches your needs.

What To Expect

Here’s what you can expect in your first individual art therapy session:

  • A warm welcome and an introduction to explain our therapeutic approach

  • A review of your mental health history and/or specific needs

  • Any of your questions or concerns will be addressed to make sure you are comfortable with our therapeutic approach

  • The composition of a therapeutic plan with you


Your first session is $60. Subsequent sessions operates on a sliding scale, starting from $60 CDN. During the first session, you and your therapist will then decide on a fee that is suitable for your ongoing sessions.

*We take League Insurance and other insurance plans that cover psychotherapy, please contact if you have any questions.

Session Structure - 50 Minutes *Please note that the structure may differ depending on your treatment program*

  1. Our session usually starts with a short mindfulness practice-optional. Mindfulness is the state of being aware in the present moment and has a natural grounding quality. We find that this helps with setting the session up for further self-exploration.

  2. Art directive - Art directives are offered by the art therapist to help clients explore a particular theme in a creative way that reaches your unconscious level of thinking.  The art therapist may suggest to use certain art materials depending on your needs or the goal of the session.

  3. Discussion/Reflection - Discussion between client and therapist and artwork, for reflection and insights. The art therapist does not interpret the clients’ artwork; however, they may ask different questions or even ask the client to journal about their experience to help them find the words to describe their artwork.