Art Therapy Online Sessions – 12 Month Payment Plan for 14 Sessions
The intention for my art therapy practice is to hold space for you to experience your emotions, creatively express them, and cultivate new opportunities for navigating life. My name is Leah Guzman and I’m an art therapy registered board certified art therapist (ATR-BC). My experience working with clients ranges from providing services to at-risk youth in crisis shelters, juvenile jails, and public schools. I also have experience working with adults in homeless shelters, psychiatric hospitals, supporting women in my private practice in person and online. Art has been an outlet for me during turbulent times and it’s my first defense in dealing with life challenges. Art is also a part of my daily regimen of keeping my life in balance. I practice what I preach. My mission is to support others to find an outlet to connect, body, mind and soul through creativity. It’s incredibly satisfying to assist a person in realizing their true potential.
My clinical experience has been a cognitive-behavioral approach to treat depression, anxiety and post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Art therapy is a way for you to visually see what’s going on in your mind, learn new ways to change your thinking patterns, which leads to creating a new world for you to experience. I teach tools that embody change and offer real results. My practice is trauma-informed and based on ethical practices.
Let’s see how I can help you.
Are you feeling:
- Suffering from a traumatic event
- Going through a life transition (divorce, retiring, finding yourself)
- Looking for a Creative Outlet
I have an artistic solution for you. I would be honored to hold space for you. I am committed to your transformation.
What is art therapy?
Art therapy is a psychotherapeutic approach utilizing art and psychology to help improve lives by treating emotional and behavioral disorders. Through the art making process the participants can express their emotions and heal what is causing their anxiety, depression, or PTSD. Art therapists are master-level clinicians trained to create therapeutic relationships with the participants to facilitate opportunities that will improve cognition, self-awareness, self-esteem, increase coping and social skills. The sessions are tailored to meet your emotional needs.
How is art therapy beneficial online?
What is great about online sessions is that there is no traffic. You can do it in your home wearing your pajamas. It’s important to find a quiet space where you will not be disturbed. Please wear headphones. You will be using your own art supplies.