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A little about Nikki…
~ Registered Canadian Art Therapist, Nikki Featherstone (she/her), holds space for you while guiding you through important life & soul transitions. When Nikki walks with you along your healing journey, the space she creates is deeply compassionate, filled with kindness, validation, and radical acceptance, while also modelling healthy boundaries and secure self attachment.
Nikki is a professionally trained Art Psychotherapist, and holds the designation of Registered Canadian Art Therapist (RCAT #248-R-19) with the Canadian Art Therapy Association (CATA). She is a Counselling Therapist member with the Association of Counselling Therapy of Alberta (#1375), and has additional training in dialectical behavioural therapy (DBT), grief & loss, animist psychology, depth & transpersonal psychology, eco-therapy, narrative therapy, and a lifetime of study in spiritual integrations of Soul Work. Her approach to healing is wholistic, feminist, anti-oppressive, person centered, trauma informed, and spiritually integrated. To see more about Nikki in her own words, check out “My Story”
To see her listing with CATA, click HERE and search her name
A little about art therapy as psychotherapy…
Due to the creative nature of art psychotherapy, it is an effective therapy for all types of people looking for pathways to mental health and wellness, as it meets you where you are and can be tailored to your unique needs. Want to know more about what Art Therapy is and what it could do for you? Take a look at our Art Therapy FAQ
Serving: Individual, couples, and family counselling; adolescents & adults
Noted populations: women, femme identified humans, SWs, queer, 2SLGBTQ+, poly/non-monogamous couples & families; minority faith groups (i.e. paganism, eclectic spiritual faith traditions, etc.)
~ My work takes me into relationship with communities across multiple Treaty Lands. We must acknowledge what those treaties mean and the responsibility of being Treaty People. I acknowledge that the land on which my studio resides is Treaty 6 territory and a traditional meeting ground and home for many Indigenous Peoples, including Cree, Saulteaux, Niisitapi (Blackfoot), Métis, and Nakota Sioux. My deep gratitude to all Ancestors and Keepers of the land on whose traditional territories I am honoured to live and work. I extend my heartfelt appreciation for all the wisdom and teachings that Indigenous peoples share, teaching the ways of respect and reciprocity for the land and all life.