Expressive Arts Group

Facilitator: Osha Hagon
  • NEW group starting Monday, April 8
  • 4 monthly virtual sessions* held on Mondays from 7pm – 9pm
  • Explore creative outlets for emotional expression
  • Share your experiences in a supportive environment
  • Space is limited to 10-12 participants

*These will be virtual meetings, through JaneApp secure video.

Secure your spot!

Contact us at (604)-924-6626 or


What is an Expressive Arts Group?

This group, facilitated by a certified clinical counsellor, offers the benefits of individual therapy in a supportive group setting.
In this format, you will have the opportunity to share your work, personal experiences, and what may have come up for you throughout the process. Whether you would like to share and to what extent will always be up to what feels safe and right for you!

Group therapy can be a place to…
  • be introspective and reflect
  • safely give voice to your experiences
  • be heard, received, and supported
  • creatively express and process your feelings and experiences
  • foster connection through shared experience and discussion
  • learn from other perspectives and experiences
  • nurture your creative side, whatever that might look like for you
Key agenda topics for the sessions:
  • what it means to be safe, to create and maintain healthy boundaries
  • childhood experiences and ways they have shaped us into who we are today
  • identifying and looking deeper at our shields, armour, defenses from the past and present
  • feelings of being stuck or in conflict with oneself, others, and greater structures
  • exploring our values, our alignment with them, and how they show up in our lives
  • what creates meaning and value in our lives, and what is no longer serving us
  • acceptance, embracing some things and letting go of others


Meet your facilitator:

Osha Hagon, Registered Clinical Counsellor

Osha works to create and sustain a counselling environment that feels free of judgment and is characterized by compassion, trust, safety and respect.  Osha’s professional and personal experiences with mental and physical health challenges motivated them to earn their Masters of Counselling Psychology and become a therapist.

Read Osha’s full bio  |  A conversation with Osha Hagon


*Art materials are not included, you are responsible for bringing your own supplies.


Get in touch

Looking for some support and guidance? Lynn Valley Counselling – we provide individual, couples, family, and group counselling for children, teens, and adults. Our registered therapists are trained in diversity awareness and committed to combating barriers to mental health. We’re here for you. Let’s talk.

Reach out today for a free, confidential consultation.



1 (604) 924-6626 


Lynn Valley Centre (#44-1199) Lynn Valley Road, North Vancouver BC, V7J 3H2.

Clinic hours: 8:30 AM – 9:00 Monday-Friday. By appointment only.

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