Pathways to Transpersonal Practice Online Conference

Pathways to Practice 2022 Recording

You can now purchase the recording of the two day 2022 Pathways to Practice Conference. Only $185.

Some of topics, we discussed in 2022

Aged Care

Gaining work in residential services and designing programs to work with frail aged and people with dementia.

Private Practice

Seeing individual clients and running groups  online or in-person, private practice is a key area of work for many practitioners.

Imposter Syndrome

You feel like you will never be ready or experienced enough we have tips to overcome self doubt and find your confident self.

Disability

Find out how several practitioners gained clients, their practical experience plus ideas for processes and programs.

older people painting in a group

Group Work

Explore the pros and cons of groupwork and learn about developing programs for different hospital and aged care settings.

Women's Organisations

Working with vulnerable communities and women’s organisations, we will hear ways to make an approach as well as design programs.

These were our speakers in 2022

Anne Cantor

Anne Cantor

Anne is a highly experienced Art Therapist who has taught at CCM and supervised students on placement. Since she graduated in 2009, she created and facilitated programs for older people at RSL LifeCare and with clients experiencing mental health issues at an inpatient mental health facility. Currently, Anne is the Art Therapist at the Northern Beaches Hospital working on inpatient and outpatient programs. 

Mara Lyone

Mara Lyone

Mara graduated from CCM in 2018. Since then she has had extensive experience working with people from all walks of life, including youth, mental health, persons living with disability, aged care and the corporate sector.  Mara is passionate about coaching emerging art therapist students and new graduates in the transition to the  workplace, understanding how to execute learned art therapy skills in many community sectors.

Lucy Arnott

Lucy Arnott

Lucy graduated in 2012 with a double diploma in Transpersonal Art Therapy and Counselling.  She has built a thriving private practice in Brunswick Heads while also working in a private drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre. Lucy’s passion is to support individuals to remember their potential and to live an empowered and heart connected life.

Kimberly Hetherington

Kimberly Hetherington

Kimberly Hetherington is a Canadian transpersonal art therapist, meditation teacher, writer, and mental health advocate living in Sydney, Australia.  Art therapy played an important role in her own healing journey, and she is on a mission to give that to others searching for a creative and playful way to heal. She is passionate about developing programs and one on one sessions that ignite the imagination, awaken the spirit, and increase feelings of belonging.

Sophie Nyssen

Sophie Nyssen

Sophie has been working as an Art Therapist since she graduated in 2017. With a background in the social sciences, Sophie offers art therapy services at a grassroots level to vulnerable members of the community; homeless youth, women in recovery and different women’s centers across Sydney.  She fosters a transpersonal, client centered approach to create a safe space of creative exploration, healing and play for her clients.

Mary-Helen Daly

Mary-Helen Daly

Mary-Helen is a Sydney based Transpersonal Art Therapist and Artist offering online 1:1 Art Therapy sessions and creative workshops to help people reconnect to their spontaneity and joy through creativity; while working through challenges to find meaning in their lived experiences. She also works in Mental Health and is a Learning Experience Facilitator at Georges River Libraries.

Elise Slater

Elise Slater

Elise is a Transpersonal Art Therapist who graduated 6 years ago. Specialising in working with eating disorders & body image issues, Elise has over 20 years experience, as an educator and advocate for body diversity. As the Art Therapist in the Eating Disorders Unit at Wesley Mission’s hospital for 3 years Elise integrated art therapy and somatic therapies to a traditionally clinical setting. Bringing a holistic framework to the eating disorders field is something Elise is passionate about, and she has seen first hand the possibilities of art therapy in this field.

Naomi Wild

Naomi Wild

Naomi Wild has been successfully practicing as a private therapist and contractor for almost 10 years since graduating in 2013. She has worked in both Newcastle and Broken Hill, providing individual therapy, group workshops & short courses in the educational, medical, corporate, welfare and human resources sectors. Considering herself a ‘Bridge’ between alternative healing and mainstream modalities, she uses her artist practice, yoga training and ‘out of the box thinking’ to open doors to a multitude of opportunities. Currently she is contracted to the Royal Flying Doctors.

Julianne Ashworth

Julianne Ashworth

Julianne is a registered Counsellor and Transpersonal Art Therapist, graduating from CCM end 2018. She has had the privilege of working therapeutically with people from all walks of life, each on their own unique path, across a wide range of settings and age groups including aged care, disability, refugee/ethnic community services and women’s groups. Through her business, Space to Express, Julianne provides a safe, welcoming, non-judgemental space to assist others connect and explore through creative self-expression and mindfulness experiences.

Robin Catalano

Robin Catalano

Robin’s life opened to the path of Art Therapy in a life changing moment on the other side of the world.  Now she is guided by a passion of art therapy, groups, volunteering, mentoring and continuing development. Her focus is working with people in aged and dementia care residences, offering many types of art experience to engage and connect with her clients. Robin says, “Art therapy has enabled me to grow as I learn more about myself and as a bonus I have become more creative.” 

Sign up for Inspiration in your Inbox

Hear the latest news, research, courses and opportunities to connect with other Transpersonal Practitioners

You have Successfully Subscribed!

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This