HEY SHAUNA ART THERAPY RATES

COVID-19 UPDATE

Updated Mar 12, 2022: I will continue to offer online private sessions (on Zoom) ONLY for the time being. And will start up my outdoor private sessions (in Victoria/View Royal) again soon! 

RATES

ART THERAPY
& CREATIVE CARE SESSIONS

  • 60 min: $150 ($157.50 with GST)
  • 30 min: $75 ($78.75 with GST)

90 min sessions available by request.

PEER CONSULTATION (peer/therapist/student)

  • 60 min: $100 ($105.00 with GST)

DETAILS

  • Sessions can be booked online: heyshauna.janeapp.com (or by emailing me, heyshauna@gmail.com)
  • All sessions must be pre-paid before the scheduled appointment (by e-transfer for those within Canada OR Paypal for those outside of Canada: to info@heyshauna.com).
  • Once I’ve received payment, I will send you a link and password for our scheduled Zoom session OR will be in touch regarding details + directions for our outdoor meeting spot.

If you have any questions – please ask.

CANCELLATIONS

I have a 24 hr cancellation policy. Missed appointments and appointments that are cancelled with less than 24 hrs notice are charged the full session fee (with the exception of illness/emergency).

FREE CONSULTATION

I offer a free 20 min consultation for those exploring their options and feeling curious about art therapy. It’s important to feel that both a therapy modality and therapist are a good fit! Consultations are by phone or Zoom.

SLIDING SCALE

Do take me up on my sliding scale rates if you need them.
Do allow yourself to be supported in & through all of this.
The old stuff, the new stuff. All the stuff.

I have a limited number of spaces available for sliding scale rate options, please reach out if this is of interest to you.

SOME OF MY AREAS OF FOCUS

  • Neurodiversity/Neurodivergence
  • Building practices of body-based creative curiosity
  • Getting unstuck (overwhelm, underwhelm, complacency)
  • Nervous system health, grounding practices
  • Living in alignment with personal values
  • Social activism, self & collective care, liberatory practices
  • Women's support (empowerment, decisions around/considering childfree living, the aging body, peri/menopause)
  • Burnout & compassion fatigue for caregivers (prevention & recovery)
  • Creative blocks (artists, writers, creatives)
  • Anxiety, depression, fatigue, shutdown
  • Trauma-informed grounding & processing
  • Anger, irritability, frustration, stress management
  • Developing (or re-igniting) a creative practice

ART THERAPY GIVES YOU AN OPPORTUNITY TO...

  • Pause - with time, space, and support.
  • Learn how to notice how you're ACTUALLY feeling in any given moment, how the world (and it's sensory information) is affecting you - not how you should feel, but how you DO feel. Without judgement, without fixing... learning how to understand your experience differently.
  • Explore different ways to be present and aware in your body, in discomfort, in transition - with creativity and curiosity. 
  • Create some space for regeneration, integration... learning, and unlearning.
  • Learn and integrate small practices to help you to show up for yourself, and build self-trust.
  • Build capacity to imagine, initiate, and create change in your life.
  • Explore a collaborative approach to the work of personal healing - through a combination of talk, art-making, creative process,  movement, and somatic awareness.

“Boundaries are the distance at which I can love you and me simultaneously.” – Prentis Hemphill

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HEALING FUND

If you're able, I'd love it if you'd join my Patreon community in support of my Healing Fund! All proceeds collected go towards free private art therapy and/or group workshops for folks who need the support but who can't afford the expense.

Grateful to be living on the unceded territories of the Lekwungen/Songhees and Esquimalt peoples. Thankful for their historical and ongoing stewardship of these beautiful lands. And honoured to step into a commitment to learning, and being better.