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Therapeutic Art Coaching

Jasmine Powell provides one-to-one therapeutic art coaching for women seeking creative empowerment. The antidote to struggle may well be to listen to the quiet voice within ourselves, and let it transform us.

The positive benefits of therapeutic art coaching with Jasmine include:

  • feeling heard and respected
  • reducing isolation and anxiety
  • increasing self-confidence
  • taking meaningful action
  • and feeling empowered. 

Jasmine can focus on whatever mediums you are interested to practice in, and can draw upon a range of therapeutic art and expressive modalities to nurture the voice within you and allow it to speak. These modalities include:

  • sculpting with clay
  • painting and drawing
  • collage making
  • mask and puppet making
  • photography, sound and video art
  • and creating a vision board
  • amongst others.

Jasmine has a bachelor of Creative Arts from the Victorian College of the Arts/The University of Melbourne and a master of Social Work from RMIT.

She has over fifteen years work experience in the arts and mental health sectors.

Jasmine’s fee is $70 for 60 minutes.

NDIS participants are welcome to contact Jasmine to discuss how she can support you to engage in the arts and help you achieve your goals.

Jasmine is available in-person in her private space at the art studio she runs with her husband, Lachlan Plain, called Sanctum Studio, which is located in Greensborough, Victoria, near public transport and with parking available, or she is available Australia-wide via zoom.

To enquire or make a booking, click here

Peer Support

As a peer working in the arts with experience of mental health issues, Jasmine can share her approach to healing such as finding our creative expression.

NDIS PROVIDERS

As a self-managed NDIS participant, Jasmine can share the benefits and challenges of choice and control in her life, as well as her principles for best-practice support work.

Child & MATERNITY

As a mother who has experienced post-partum psychosis, Jasmine can share her story and help with accepting the ups and downs of parenthood.

MENTAL HEALTH

As a woman who has received public and private mental health treatment, Jasmine can share her journey with participants and staff to foster solidarity.

ARTS

As a practicing artist who identifies as having a mental and emotional vulnerability, Jasmine advocates for access and inclusion for artists with mental health challenges.

Schools

As a mother of a school child, Jasmine can share her passion for wellbeing education and reducing stigma of mental health issues amongst young people.

Environmental

As an environmentalist living on a permaculture property, Jasmine can share how she applies permaculture principles to healing and community development.

Government

As a social work graduate, Jasmine can share the benefits and challenges of her mental health treatment, and best policy and practice at a local and state level.

Jasmine Powell
MY EXPERIENCE

15 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE

I have over fifteen years of experience working in the arts and mental health sectors. I have tried and failed and tried again.

'A valiant spirit'

"Jasmine Powell is a passionate, creative woman who draws on personal experience in her ardent quest for truth and justice. A valiant spirit with a heart of gold, striving to support and inspire others."

John Watkins
John Watkins
Author of 'Unshrinking Psychosis'

'A Couragous Voice'

"Jasmine Powell draws with reflective integrity and creativity on her own experiences living with mental health issues to offer inspiration, support and encouragement to others."

Dr Suzanne Cremen
Dr Suzanne Cremen
Founding Director, Life Artistry Centre

'Passion for Holistic Health'

"Jasmine Powell has a deep compassion for and understanding of holistic health. She is also passionate about the environment and how it affects us in many ways."

Catherine Donnelley
Catherine Donnelley
Wellbeing Mgr, The Salt Foundation

silent revolution partners

Peer Support

As a peer working in the arts with experience of mental health issues, Jasmine can share her approach to healing such as finding our creative expression.

NDIS PROVIDERS

As a self-managed NDIS participant, Jasmine can share the benefits and challenges of choice and control in her life, as well as her principles for best-practice support work.

Child & MATERNITY

As a mother who has experienced post-partum psychosis, Jasmine can share her story and help with accepting the ups and downs of parenthood.

MENTAL HEALTH

As a woman who has received public and private mental health treatment, Jasmine can share her journey with participants and staff to foster solidarity.

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