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Duration, Day, Time

1.5 hours, Mondays 12pm

About this Group:


  • An arts & crafts focus: encouraging freedom to self-express and use art for wellbeing through working with different materials and craft processes suited to beginners. 

  • Neuro-affirming and neurodivergent led environment.

Who is this for: 

  • For Neurodivergent adults in their 20s, 30s or 40s, who are autistic, adhd or have other neurodivergence.

  • We all have a shared interest in videogames and/or pop culture and regularly chat about this in the group conversations.

  • All arts and crafts suited to beginners or the more experienced.

Day & Time 

Mondays Fortnightly 12pm - 1:30pm (1.5 hours) - ongoing

Group size:

- Group size limited to a max number of 6 people in the room at once (including facilitator & assistant) 


- 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. 


For those who can commit to attending fortnightly sessions. Cancellation period is 48 hours.


This group is facilitated & billed by Finding Wellbeing Art Therapy & Counselling

Full fee is $145 which includes material costs, 1.5 hours facilitation with therapist and assistant and covers the other administration and set up involved in running of the group. NDIS and private paying clients accepted.

Concession fee's can be available to those who are not supported by funding and have low income. Please make an inquiry about our concession fees for this group:

About the Facilitator/s:

Alana Stewart, AThR
Assisted by: Josie (peer support worker & admin team member)

Alana Stewart is a registered Art Therapist with ANZACATA. She is neurodivergent and has a keen interest in arts and crafts and engaging in these for wellbeing.

Josephine (Josie) Stooke is a neurodivergent peer, she has studied and acheived qualifications at a tertiary level in the field of social science, she is currently completing a cert IIII in community services and hopes to continue helping others on the autism spectrum in her professional career.

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