What Is Art Therapy?
Art therapy is a type of therapy that is conducted with an art therapist and utilizes different art mediums (crayons, markers, paints, etc), to express and manage different emotions. The role of the art therapist is to guide the client in the expressive process. Art Therapy can be done individually or in a group setting and with various populations.
You are invited to engage in the therapeutic process of art therapy in a group setting led by registered Art Therapist Naarah Macklin, ATR, LMHC. In this group you will manage depression, anxiety, trauma, life stressors, better understand emotions, and connect with others in a group setting. A variety of art materials will be provided for use.
Group is open for adults 18+
No prior art experience necessary, just need to have an interest in working in a group setting with others, using art as an outlet, and an interest in creative expression!
Colorful Resilience LLC is proud to host a Telehealth-based 9-week support group for LGBTQIA+ youth ages 15-17 led by our clinician, Ariana Viscione LICSW (she/they).
This group is focused on fostering a space for LGBTQIA+ youth to learn about developing and cultivating their queer identity, becoming familiar with their sense of self, being initiated to reject shame, and how being part of the LGBTQIA+ community is a source of pride and safety.
This group will run on Wednesdays at 3pm, starting on October 18th 2023.
Virtual DBT Skills Group
Do you struggle to regulate your emotions or navigate relationship challenges? DBT can help you decrease reactivity, improve communication skills, and move beyond putting out fires. You can work through the four modules (mindfulness, interpersonal effectiveness, emotion regulation, and distress tolerance) in a supportive and inclusive environment.
WHEN: Tuesdays 6:00-7:30 PM
WHERE: Via Telehealth
WHO: Adults Rolling admissions
Start date October 24th, Capacity of 15
Facilitated by Vaughn Flichtbeil, LICSW