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Crafternoon Group

Who is this for:

- Fortnightly art and craft small group (5 participants max) for youth 16+ and adults

- Welcoming people of all kinds including those with disability, mental health needs and neurodivergence

- A focus just on learning art and crafts (art as therapy) for general wellbeing and enjoyment

Day & Time 

Thursdays Fortnightly 1pm - 2:30pm (1.5 hours) - ongoing

Facilitated by:

Alana Stewart of Finding Wellbeing Art Therapy & CounsellingAlana is passionate about arts and crafts as a way to support community, bring us joy and good health. She is an artist, crafter and has studied psychology and Art Therapy. She is a Registered Art Therapist who works a lot with the neurodivergent and mental health community and has been working in the disability field since 2012.

Group size:

Group size limited up to 5 participants (and their support workers) + 1 facilitator 

- Support workers directly assisting participants with art and crafts are also welcome and can attend for free. 


- Located in an Art Therapy studio with lots of paints, pastels, pens, crafts and more.

- All materials provided.

- Please dress in old clothing, disposable plastic sleeveless smocks available. 


There is no requirement to enrol in a set term period, however for best experience a commitment should be made to attend fortnightly for an agreed period of time. This supports participants to not miss out on instructions for different craft projects and have a chance to complete their projects. It also allows group attendees to feel familiar with each other and more comfortable in the group.

Spaces are limited to 4 or 5 group participants.


NDIS and private paying clients accepted. Concession available to those without funding.


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Benefits of Group Arts & Crafts

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