Kazimea is currently working under contract to Courtenay Adaptive Programs (group music programming), Island Health's Developmental Delay Mental Health Team (individual Creative Arts Therapy), the Comox Valley Head Injury Society (group art and music therapy), and the Comox Valley Senior Peer Support Society (creative caregiver program).

Groups Kazimea has worked with include:

  • Developmentally delayed youth and adults: Music and Drumming, Sign and Song, Cooperative Games, Drama, Relaxation and Visualization
  • Seniors with dementia: singing, drumming, drama, music and movement therapy
  • Adults with persistent mental illness, at the Eureka Support Society: educational puppet plays for elementary audiences
  • The Ditidaht Nation: inclusive music classes for elementary students at a remote school
  • Stroke Recovery Society: singing, drumming, improv drama
  • Adults suffering non-death losses: explorations through expressive arts therapy

Offers of contracts from other organizations are also welcome. Please contact Kazimea directly at

Kazimea brings a wide variety of creative skills to her work: from drama, mask and puppetry to music, movement , visual and tactile art. Whatever the artistic technique or theme, these aspects of therapy remain a priority:

  • I work to build genuine, caring relationships, both 1:1 with clients and within groups.
  • I listen with empathy and use compassionate communication.
  • I provide opportunity for creative self-expression and improvisation.
  • Everyone’s contributions are valued.
  • There are “no wrong answers”.
  • The process is valued over any end product.