Mental Health Reimagined
“Expressive art therapy integrates all of the arts in a safe, non-judgmental setting to facilitate personal growth and healing. To use the arts expressively means going into our inner realms to discover feelings and to express them through visual art, movement, sound, writing or drama. This process fosters release, self-understanding, insight and awakens creativity and transpersonal states of consciousness.” Natalie Rogers
Integrative Therapy & Holistic Care
Holistic Healing utilizing Expressive Arts, Somatic Interventions, & EMDR
You Are Worth It
Adverse childhood experiences, subsequent traumas and loss can lead to feelings of disillusionment and shame.
Do "negative tapes" play in your mind?
Do you constantly second guess yourself & feel unsure of your decisions?
Do you feel like you will never trust yourself?
Do you beat yourself up emotionally with your self-talk?
You can change the "tapes" by rewiring your brain.
You Are Enough
Each of us inherently has the ability to become our own healers, the body intuitively knows what we need. When we become attuned to our bodies, emotions, and thinking change happens.
Does your mind feel "foggy," do you struggle with concentration?
Do you find yourself on auto-pilot frequently?
Are you easily exhausted and unsure why?
We all need support from time to time, self awareness promotes self-acceptance.
Integrative Expressive Arts Therapy
Holistic, Compassionate Care
I help clients experiencing issues related to:
Body Image Issues
Grief & Loss
Adjustment to Life Transitions
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Narcissistic Abuse Recovery
Movement & Sound
Integrative Treatment Methods
Internal Family Systems
Poly Vagal Theory
Sensorimotor Expressive Arts Therapy
“Creating artwork allows your mind to be in a safe place while it contemplates the tougher issues you are dealing with. One can use the tools of brush, paint, pastels, crayons etc to expose and even for a short time color those issues in a different light.” George E. Miller
“The arts empower. The arts give a voice to the voiceless. The arts help transform American communities and, as I often say, the result can be a better child, a better town, a better nation and certainly a better world. Let’s champion our arts action heroes, emulate them and make our communities everything we want them to be.” Robert L. Lynch