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Art Therapy Alliance Favicard On the Go with Liz McKnight in Gabriola, British Columbia

Check out this latest Art Therapy Alliance Favicard photo received by Art Therapist Liz McKnight, MEd, DVATI, BCATR on the go in Gabriola, British Columbia.  Her photo was taken in Vancouver, Bristish Columbia.


Liz has been immersed in art therapy for almost 10 years, working mostly with children and also as a counselor part time in the school system. Liz also loves to work in hospice. One of her goals is to become more involved combining art therapy with hospice work, as well as using photography in therapy. Photography is Liz’s creative passion.  Her own community of Gabriola is actively working to find ways to make creative arts therapy more accessible- they are at the committee stage.

Liz loves reading entries to the Art Therapy Alliance to see what people are working on, find out more about current practices as well as to see what other art therapists are passionate about.

Learn more about Liz’s work through visiting her website ARTiculEYES.  Thanks to Liz for contributing to this project and sharing her work!  Check out the other Art Therapy Alliance Favicard photos On the Go received for this project and how to participate here.


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