Nicole Crouch is an Art therapist (MA) and Canadian Certified Counsellor (C.C.C.)
I am passionate about using art as a way of connecting with ourselves and with others. Art therapy is an adaptable process that uses discovery through the creative process to support healing from barriers to living healthy, happy lives.
I have worked in community arts and mental health for over fifteen years and am proud to have worked with clients in various sectors, including in private practice, hospitals, long-term care, youth in community care, community-based acute mental health support and military family support services.
My arts and community experience includes dialogue programming at SFU’s Centre for Dialogue, running family arts festivals for POP Montreal, mural projects, gallery workshops, collaborations on art projects, theatre, puppetry, music videos, and more.
I have practiced yoga and meditation for over 20 years. I love family times, making art alone and with others, and singing in choirs.
Client-centred holistic art therapy; Art and play therapy for children; Art therapy and arts-based processing for youth; Creative exploration for families and couples; Strengths and skills-based art approaches to neurodiversity and disability (ADHD, OCD, ASD, FAS); Sensorimotor art therapy for stress and anxiety, depression, mental health and pain disorders, traumatic injury, chronic or acute emotional trauma, grief support; Arts based support for psychedelic psychotherapy integration
Please see (www.nicolecrouch.com) for more information
If you are a low-income single parent, please inquire about reduced rate services.