Art therapy helps individuals of all ages, families, and communities work through problems by redefining challenges as creative opportunities.
Art therapy enables individuals to become aware of and express feelings, manage anger, improve self-control, reduce fear, anxiety, and depression, increase personal empowerment, and enhance creative problem-solving skills.
Nathalia Gagnon currently provides art therapy services at Little Steps.
Neurological Music Therapy
Music Therapy is a research-based therapy system that can help address rehabilitation and the development and maintenance of functional behaviours.
Music therapy may be able to help individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder, traumatic brain injuries, Cerebral Palsy, and other neurological diseases that affect cognition, movement, and communication.
Carmen Eisenhauer currently provides neurological music therapy services at Little Steps.