Counseling and Art Psychotherapy
Art making is a non-threatening manner to express oneself and to provide
insight that may not be available
talk therapy. The emphasis is generally not on how the final art product looks, but on the
process of making the art and what we can learn from the images that were created. No art experience
necessary. Materials used range from oil pastels
on paper, collage materials, and paint and clay. Traditional
therapy including processing thoughts and feelings and gaining insight and awareness is also provided.
Counseling may be provided to individuals, couples or families.
American Art Therapy Association