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|Expressive Arts for Youth||Expressive Arts provides a creative and safe outlet to express emotions through painting activity. Youth will learn coping strategies in a constructive way by drawings and assigning meaning from visuals and communicate through them. It will build self-confidence and provide a greater sense of awareness.|
Maytal Soref-Program Leader
Maytal is an Undergraduate Student in her first year at Wilfrid Laurier University majoring in Health Sciences. She enjoys working with children and teaching science. This will be her second year volunteering at HopeSpring Cancer Support Centre and she hopes to provide fun and engaging activities.
Hello everyone! My name is Abitha and I am currently in my 2A Honours Science term at the University of Waterloo. I am thrilled to be accepted for being a part of the expressive arts program and helping facilitate it. A little about myself: I absolutely love the arts, as in dancing, painting, drawing, sewing, crocheting, you name it! I'm currently very into kickboxing too and have been taking some lessons. I am very excited to be a part of the Hope Spring community and I hope to meet, learn with and grow with all of the wonderful people that are a part of it.
FALL PROGRAM SCHEDULE:
Time: 2-3:30 pm