Located in Victoria, BC, Hanna Kaye is a professional art therapist registered with the Canadian Art Therapy Association. Her art therapy training has shaped her professional practice as an artist and art therapist.
Hanna takes a process-oriented approach to her art practice and uses the creative process for self-expression. She works with a range of materials on a regular basis, however, acrylic paint, watercolour, and ink are her primary focus.
Art Therapy Approach
Hanna takes a client-centered, mindfulness-based approach to her work with clients. She values the therapeutic qualities of art-making as well as its capacity to inspire dialogue, exploration and reflection. With the belief that everyone is the expert of their own life, Hanna’s collaborative, facilitator role helps guide clients to make their own self-discoveries.
Her art therapy services include individual and group art therapy sessions as well as workshops and creative facilitation for organizations. She has over three years of experience working with a diverse range of clients and is dedicated to uniting creativity and psychology to help others.
Training & Certification
- Professional member of the Canadian Art Therapy Association (2015 – present)
- Masters of Counselling Psychology, University of Calgary, In Progress (2018 – 2022)
- Masters-level diploma in Art Therapy, Vancouver Art Therapy Institute (2015)
- Bachelor of Arts degree in Pyschology & Art/Design, University of Alberta (2011)