Who are you?
Moments experienced & held
Understanding who we are, what it is that is valued or needed is important to engage with, in relationships, while maintaining openness and transparency. Being mindful to the ways you prefer to be when navigating your patterns of behaviour and allowing for an empathetic, compassionate understanding of your lived experiences.
Using figurines, paint, playdoh, clay, sand, found objects and the gestures and sounds of our bodies; representations can be created of your values and needs. Mapping allows your story to be seen and heard. Giving a voice to your lived experience.