Open Studio Group Facilitator – Not accepting individual clients at this time.
Aiman holds a Bachelor of Public Health from Brock University, where her interest in mental health began. Aiman’s undergrad projects and her role at a non-profit following her degree, all of which aimed to support individuals experiencing caregiving, serious illness, dying, and death, inspired her toward her true passion: mental health and grief. Aiman currently resides in Toronto, Ontario, but was raised in the province of British Columbia amidst all the nature it has to offer. She had a nature-filled and exploratory upbringing, including endless opportunities to explore the arts and express herself through music (instruments, singing, dancing), drama (through theatre), and visual art which not only had the most in-depth exploration and impact, but is something that she has carried on throughout her life. Aiman’s journey of healing through art therapy, her professional experiences, her volunteerism with organizations which support young people (i.e. mentorship, children’s hospice, grief support groups, etc), and her personal journey of caregiving and grieving, have collectively led her here: to aim towards becoming an Art Therapist and Registered Psychotherapist. She feels privileged to have been raised in a culturally diverse environment in Canada and is motivated to support individuals with cultural humility at the forefront. Aiman strives to provide individuals with a safe space to land and express’ through a compassionate, person-centered approach. Further into her career, Aiman aims to specialize in youth grief through therapeutic art.