Art Therapy

Art therapy involves using creative techniques such as drawing, painting, collage, coloring, or sculpting to help clients express their emotions.
By creating art and reflecting on the end product, we can notice psychological patterns, emotional undertones and discover new ways of dealing with challenges.
No artistic experience is necessary to begin art therapy, as the therapeutic process is not about the finished work’s artistic value.
The artwork can be used as a springboard for reawakening memories and telling stories that may reveal messages and beliefs from the unconscious mind.
Art therapy is founded on the belief that self-expression can be far more revealing and spontaneous than strictly communicating verbally.
Through my art-focused sessions, I have helped clients explore their emotions, improve self-esteem, manage addictions, relieve stress, improve symptoms of anxiety and depression, and cope with physical illness or disability.