Christine has a private practice of expressive arts therapy with children in Squamish.
She specializes in expressive arts therapy using inter arts modalities such as painting, sandtray, gardening, sculpture,
story telling, dance and music.
Through art and play, children are allowed to think about or even change
a difficult or overwhelming experience into
something small enough to cope with.
A child experiences growth
by playing out feelings as he or she brings them to the surface, faces them, learns to
control them and abandons
Children are given the freedom and space to express themselves in their own terms exactly as they are at that moment
in their own way and in their own time.
The custodial parent will be included in several sessions to foster attachment,
improve the parent-child relationship, and
be an active participant of change in their children.
For More Information Contact Christine Selda
37995 Magnolia Cresent
also works in the children's programs at the Howe Sound Womens Centre. She is a Children Who Witness
working with children and families who at one time have been exposed to high level conflict or
violence at home.
Children Who Witness Abuse counsellors focus on safety, personal boundaries, healthy expression
of feelings, helathy
relationships, coping with stress/fear, and problem solving. Parent support is part of the program.
is free of charge for those in need.
Howe Sound Womens Centre Society
Third Ave, PO Box 2052,
Squamish, BC V8B 0B4
604 892 5748