Anyone is a good candidate for art therapy. For many, it can be difficult to talk about complex issues. Sometimes words fail us. Art therapy can give you a new way to communicate through the universal language of art and image.
“I came to art therapy with a lifelong love of art and the desire to help people access new parts of themselves and to see new possibilities in the world around them. Along with art therapy techniques, I also incorporate elements of mindfulness. The most important element in my practice is to develop a collaborative relationship with my clients. I strive to provide a safe, non-judgmental environment where I will encourage you to engage in the creative process of art-making. My goal is for you to feel supported as you express any thoughts, feelings or behaviors you wish to explore. “
M.S., Art Therapy, Mount Mary University, Milwaukee, WI.
Registered Art Therapist, Art Therapy Credentials Board, Inc. (ATCB)
Member, American Art Therapy Association (AATA)
Member, Michigan Association of Art Therapy (MAAT)