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Mollia Kennedy, RP (Q), BFA, DTATI

Sometimes it can be hard to talk about certain life experiences; we might not always want to talk about it but still feel like we need support. Sometimes we may struggle to find the words, the time, the space, or the energy to safely process the different thoughts and feelings that we each hold.

I utilize a holistic, creative, and collaborative approach in the art therapy process that celebrates each client’s unique interests, needs, and goals for therapy.

I strive to create a safe, welcoming, and comfortable environment for all individuals along with the creative process or acts of self expression.

Mollia Weidman, BFA, DTATI, RP (Q.) is an artist and art therapist with a completed bachelor’s degree in Visual Arts and Psychology from York University (2020) and a post-graduate diploma in Art Therapy from the Toronto Art Therapy Institute (2023).

Mollia has experience supporting children and adults located across our community including schools, hospices, museums, long term care homes, and other community organisations.

Client Focus: Older adults, adults, adolescents, children (starting at 6+)

Types of therapy: Mindfulness-based art therapy, person-centred, humanistic, systemic art therapy.

Areas of focus: Anxiety, depression, stress or pain management, individuals with disabilities, grief & loss, sexuality & gender (LGBTQA+)

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