WHAT IS ART THERAPY?

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Art Therapy is a form of psychotherapy that integrates creative arts with talk therapy to inspire physical, mental, and emotional well-being for individuals of all ages. It is a creative approach to psychotherapy that provides a space for non-verbal communication of thoughts, feelings, and experiences through imagery.

No art skills are required. Art therapy emphasizes the process of creating vs. the product.

Art therapy can be found within a range of settings, such as:
- Schools
- Community housing
- Outpatient clinics
- Nursing homes
- Museums
- Correctional facilities
- Hospitals
- In-patient psychiatry
- Child-life
- Rehabilitation

We are licensed mental health professionals that require a masters degree, 1500+ clinical hours of training and must pass a board exam before we can receive full our credentials to independently practice.