Processing feelings, managing behaviors, and reducing stress and anxiety, potentially after a traumatic event, are a few of the reasons an individual might begin art therapy. Having the support of a compassionate professional who can give you real tools and strategies for daily life can create space for deep and lasting change. Often, you and your therapist develop a rapport and discuss a wide range of things: how you might notice yourself reacting to things and how to manage those reactions, communication skills and your interpersonal relationships, and some of your strengths and goals.
At Take Root Therapy, many of our clinicians are Board Certified and Registered Art Therapists, who can explore Art Therapy with you upon request. In our work at our practice, many clients have made Art Therapy a part of their therapeutic journey. Whatever your goals for therapy may be – whether improving communication skills, healing from past traumas, or obtaining a better understanding of your behavioral patterns – we are committed to helping you meet them.