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Balancing Act offers monthly online affinity groups for caregiver artists and cultural workers, as well as one-on-one Expressive Arts therapy sessions. See below for details.

For links to other personal support, see Resources for Artists.

The Balancing Act team is always available to talk and can connect you with a service that might help. Reach out anytime!

Expressive Arts Workshop, Conference of Care, November 2022

Affinity Groups: Peer Support

Balancing Act offers monthly affinity groups for artists and arts workers with caring responsibilities; a supportive space to dialogue and exchange resources. Welcoming new members always, Balancing Act’s Affinity Groups are a confidential, peer support, caregiver-friendly, ‘come when you can and as you can’ space. Featuring guest artists and active listeners to support the room.

Affinity Groups will resume September 2024. Schedule will be posted here.

To learn more or to let us know your access needs: Email us

Expressive Arts Therapy:

Free Sessions

Balancing Act has partnered with WHEAT Institute for Expressive Arts Training Therapy to offer one-on-one sessions with practicum students. Expressive arts therapy combines psychology and the creative process to promote emotional growth and healing. This multi-arts, or intermodal, approach to psychotherapy and counseling uses our inborn desire to create, a therapeutic tool that can help initiate change.

To sign up or learn more reach out to us by email.  Indigenous therapists available. 

Theatre artist Viv Moore and her mother, Ethel Moore

To find out about other opportunities or artist support, visit our Resources For Artists page.

Individual artists and arts workers are also invited to engage with Resources for Organizations. These resources facilitate greater access to employment in our arts workforce. And that concerns everyone. You can access Resources for Organizations by signing up to become a member. Visit our Membership page to learn more.