Services: For Adults
Do you struggle with feelings that completely overwhelm you — anxiety, anger or a heavy blanket of depression?
Have a hard time expressing yourself — especially in emotional + stressful situations, when it really counts?
Feeling stuck or hopeless about the future — like there aren’t any solutions to the problems you’re facing?
When it comes to dealing with emotions — and finding creative solutions to your problems — there are few therapeutic modalities that work better than art therapy.
And you don’t need to be an “artist” to do it — in fact, most people aren’t.
You just need to be willing to open your heart + mind, and try something new.
WHO I WORK WITH
I work with people who …
- Feel like they’ve lost their “voice,” have trouble putting feelings into words — and feel isolated, because of it.
- Feel “stuck” in their lives — like the future is just going to be “more of the same,” but “the same” isn’t good.
- Feel unsuccessful or unworthy — due to erratic time management, procrastination, lack of focus, self-doubt or self-sabotaging behavior.
- Feel disconnected from their creative spirit, and long to re-ignite that missing “spark.”
The people I work with have often been to other therapists, before.
You may have already received a diagnosis, or been given a label to describe what you’re going through — like depression, trauma, anxiety, panic, phobia, grief or loss.
You may have made some progress, but eventually hit a “wall.”
Art therapy is often the missing piece, because it offers a different way of accessing emotions — through the non-verbal part of your brain, where emotions are actually stored.
Watching my clients put paint on a canvas, draw, sketch, doodle and collage their way into clarity is one of the greatest joys of my life — and I’d love to share this powerful healing modality with you.
WHERE IT ALL HAPPENS
The Art Therapy Studio is located in Fair Oaks Village near Sacramento, California.
I work with clients at the studio Monday through Friday from 8am to 4:30pm.
MY GOAL, AS A THERAPIST
… is to help you access your inner creative problem-solver — the part of your brain that is brilliant at coming up with solutions to all of your problems, big and small.
Because once your inner problem-solver has been re-activated, you won’t really need me. (And that’s a good thing!)
Contact me to set up your first appointment — and then, consider reading this helpful article, “What is art therapy + how does it work? A 3-minute introduction.”
The Art Therapy Studio phone number is 916-276-0455, and my direct email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
For a few of my favorite case studies, click over here.