Imagine a type of therapy that allows one to learn more about oneself and the subconscious mind through art making. This type of therapy facilitates meaning and change for issues such as grief, depression, anger, guilt, worry, fear, and stress, just to name a few. It increases self-awareness and encourages change. If this is something that sounds like a good fit for you or your family, you might be interested in taking part in Art Therapy. Art Therapy provides clients with a creative voice to express their unique stories while fostering healing and mental well-being.
Art Therapists are trained Mental Health Professionals who integrate art making and the creative process to further the therapeutic relationship and meet therapeutic goals. Art Therapy incorporates active art making with research based therapeutic techniques to foster the client’s sense of self-awareness so that true progress and healing can begin. Art Therapy at its core works to build resilience and promote active change for all participants while also decreasing internal conflict and distress.
A client interested in Art Therapy does not need any prior experience with art making or any skill level in art making. Our Art Therapists, Rachel Chandler and Deborah Zimlich, will meet clients where they are and provide all materials needed to create and facilitate change.