Trauma-informed art therapy group

The formative teenage years encourage exploration of independence, identity development, coping with transitions, social stressors and self-esteem. Art therapy embraces the creative process and materials as a therapeutic and healing experience, instead of focusing on the product. The utilization of art making as intervention has been especially impactful as a gateway for communication and connection between body and mind and allows us to tap into our subconscious to externalize things we may have difficulty verbalizing.

You do not need to have artistic experience but a desire to explore feelings, reconcile emotional conflicts, foster self-awareness, manage behavior, develop social skills, reduce anxiety and increase self-esteem to practice art therapy. Join our art therapy group to connect with others, create together and remove the pressure of such a focus on the verbal communication.