Person Centered Arts Based approach deals effectively with issues such as:
- Difficulties or concerns with emotional problems, conflict or distress
- Lack of vitality
- Depression, Anxiety
- Concerns with relationships
- Trauma that may hinder the capacity to acknowledge and understand personal areas of strength and weakness
- Particular periods of distress such as those associated with loss, transition or change
- are experiencing conflict or distress associated with loss, transition or change
- may find some feelings or experiences too overwhelming or difficult to communicate using words alone
- may avoid feelings or confuse issues in their use of words
- suffer from problems that stem from body related issues, concern about body image, or issues with trust
The therapy I provide may suit for those who have impairment or trauma that may hinder the capacity for them or others to acknowledge and understand personal areas of strength and weakness.
I use experiential, somatic based and humanistic person-centered approach in my practice, in particular Dance/Movement Psychotherapy and Expressive Arts Therapy methods – both with individuals and groups. In therapeutic relationships, my role is to provide a safe environment and help my clients, both children and adults, to explore their feelings, to know themselves better, to discover new coping strategies and feel good about themselves.
How does it work:
Play is an essential tool for changing perspective and transformation. In therapy sessions, we can use any art tools that seem helpful for a certain person at a certain day. It could be drawing, collage, musical instruments or voice, movement or clay modelling – whatever inspires you in your journey to your true self. No artistic experience required.
You can contact me to book your introduction session:
email@example.com or 416 939 5001