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The Art Therapy Centre is now offering free art therapy programming. Online sessions are available to individuals of all ages (including parent-child duos) as well as a limited number of groups.   

Please click on the link below to make a request for services or call 514-317-6272. After receiving your request, you will be contacted to complete an information form online or by phone to help us understand if our services correspond with your needs. 

Art Therapy Request for Service Form:

The Art Therapy Centre planning team is continuing to develop partnerships in the community to address the need for accessible mental health support.

Art therapy is a form of psychotherapy involving self-expression through art making, used as a remedial activity or an aid to diagnosis. Non-verbal and verbal communication and healing occur as thoughts, ideas and emotions are expressed through art. No art skills are necessary.
After having run a successful pilot project in partnership with Regroupement Naissance-Rennaisance in October 2019 with a group of women experiencing birth trauma, we launched our Art Therapy Program with three art therapists, Catherine Wells, professional art therapist and a founder of the school, Rachel Pochat-Selby, and Nina Pariser, second year Master of Art Therapy interns from Concordia University. In light of the Covid-19 crisis, we will be doing our part to make much needed mental health support available to our community as a front-line, essential service. For now, due to Covid-19, all services will be offered online. 

We can’t offer these programs without the generous support of our donors and partners.  To see how you can help visit our Support community art engagement page.

Chamandy Foundation
Canada Helps
La fondation McConnell Foundation
Concordia University
mission inclusion

The Pointe-Saint-Charles Art School offers affordable visual arts classes and workshops for students of all levels and walks of life and is a non-profit registered charity.

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