Art therapy uses the universal language of art to help work through and express emotions that are hard to verbalize.


The Art Therapy Practice guides clients through the creative arts therapy process, going beyond traditional talk therapy by using the healing power of the arts.   



Watching a loved one suffer or go through a challenging time can be painful and leave you feeling helpless.  You may not have the tools to help them process and communicate what they are going through.  


Many of us struggle with anxiety and depression and haven’t been able to find a way to manage the overwhelming side effects this can have on everyday life.  Maybe it’s affecting your relationships, sleeping patterns, or ability to focus and function.  


  Clients do not need to possess artistic skills, as art therapy leverages our natural abilities to use creativity and art media to channel and identify feelings and memories that may not come easily with words.  We encourage psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, or any mental health or medical professional to contact us regarding art therapy services.


When TALK Therapy ALONE isn't getting the results you hoped for

Our compassionate and highly experienced art therapists can help clients’ address a variety of personal challenges. Our art therapists’ areas of expertise include, but are not limited to:

- Addiction
- Aging Issues
- Anxiety
- Autism Spectrum Disorders and other Developmental Disabilities
- Bereavement/Grief
- Coping with Medical Illness
- Depression
- Divorce
- Eating Disorders
- Relationship Issues
- Self-Esteem Issues
- Trauma
- Women's Issues

We had tried everything to help our son. He just didn’t seem to be connecting with any counselors. As we did our research we found that traditional counseling doesn’t always work for everyone. Jacob was able to connect on a different level with his art therapist. The emphasis was taken off of strictly talk and moved to a different medium, art. He was able to express and work through his problems in a different way. Therapy is not always one size fits all.
— A. Goodman, Loving Mother


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