Art Therapy

"Art Therapy is an integrative mental health and human services profession that enriches the lives of individuals, families, and communities through active art-making, creative process, applied psychological theory, and human experience within a psychotherapeutic relationship" (American Art Therapy Association, 2017).

 

This therapy offers clients the opportunity to create artwork as a means of communication to safely express current thoughts, emotions and life experiences.  A professional art therapist modifies specific art projects and techniques that work towards clients' individual goals.

 

Benefits of art therapy sessions and groups:

Explore a variety of art materials to express one's self and emotions 

Develop strength and find support through individual and small group sessions

Foster self-care, self-esteem, and  self-awareness

Enhance social skills

Promote insight 

Resolve conflicts and distress 

Relieve stress and/or reduce anxiety

 

Molly will be offering:

*small art groups, both one time and ongoing  

*art workshops

*one on one art therapy sessions

 

Watch for upcoming workshops and therapy sessions. Call now to schedule. 920-262-2954

 Schedule today 920.262.2954       1517 Doctors Court, Watertown, WI        facilitatedhealing@att.net
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