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Art Therapy

Senior woman artist sketching.

Art therapy uses the creative process as a therapeutic tool to support clients in meeting personal treatment goals. The sensory experience of making art offers a different approach to processing trauma, developing emotional resilience, learning coping skills, and expressing personal challenges, with a focus on the journey rather than the final product. Art therapy can help individuals express themselves in new ways, regardless of artistic experience or aptitude.

Art therapy can be used to address:

  • Anger management
  • Anxiety
  • Bereavement/grief/loss
  • Depression
  • Family relationships/family therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Hoarding
  • Interpersonal relationships
  • Isolation
  • Life stresses
  • Life transitions
  • PTSD/trauma
  • Raising a child with special needs
  • Stress

Eligibility is determined based on the specific needs of the individual or family.

We offer services via a variety of locations and platforms: telehealth, in office settings, and mobile therapy for those who are eligible.

If fees are applicable, they are established on a case-by-case basis. If you are in need of assistance, please do not let financial concerns keep you from calling for help. Payment options may include a sliding scale, Medicare, and/or additional assistance.

Our Staff

Kiarra Williams, MA, Art Therapist

JFCS partners with the Child & Family Art Therapy Center to offer additional art therapy options.

To contact us about Art Therapy, CLICK HERE