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Our Unseen Selves
to a Place of Wholeness

Who can? Anyone can benefit from art therapy.

 

Art therapy can affect mental health in ways that other forms of therapy cannot. When words fail, when root causes are elusive, art therapy can provide access to the unconscious mind. From this locus, personal symbols evolve, and visual storytelling unfolds.

Art therapy sessions conducted at YAS are done in adherence to ethical guidelines set out by The American Art Therapy Association (AATA).

 

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The Dog Ate My Beret

Some people panic at the thought of a blank canvas. Don’t worry. Part of what an art therapist does is determine the appropriate medium for the client’s use. This is a guided journey with many ways to get where you’re going. Representational painting is rarely, if ever, a starting point. Art therapy is a gentle practice that asks that you be receptive to new ideas but doesn’t push.

Lilla, as a creative therapeutic art specialist, guides people to a better understanding of themselves through art making.

Practices she relies upon are:

Art medium available include:

  • Collage (flat and three dimensional)
  • Painting (watercolor, gouache, acrylic and oil)
  • Drawing
  • Mixed Media Sculpture (paper-mâché, plaster, tissue paper, wire, found objects)
  • Clay, Ceramic Sculpture
  • Pottery
  • PMC Jewelry Making
  • Sculpy

Who can? Anyone can benefit from art therapy.

 

Art can affect mental health in ways that other forms of therapy cannot. When words fail, when root causes are elusive, art therapy can provide access to the unconscious mind. From this locus, personal symbols evolve, and visual storytelling unfolds.

Art therapy sessions conducted at YAS are done in adherence to ethical guidelines set out by The American Art Therapy Association (AATA).

 

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The Dog Ate
My Beret

Some people panic at the thought of a blank canvas. Don’t worry. Part of what an art therapist does is determine the appropriate medium for the client’s use. This is a guided journey with many ways to get where you’re going. Representational painting is rarely, if ever, a starting point. Art therapy is a gentle practice that asks that you be receptive to new ideas but doesn’t push.

Lilla, as a creative therapeutic art specialist, guides people to a better understanding of themselves through art making.

Practices she relies on are:

Art medium available include:

  • Collage (flat and three dimensional)
  • Painting (watercolor, gouache, acrylic and oil)
  • Drawing
  • Mixed Media Sculpture (paper-mâché, plaster, tissue paper, wire, found objects)
  • Clay, Ceramic Sculpture
  • Pottery
  • PMC Jewelry Making
  • Sculpy

Wh can? Anyone can benefit from art therapy. 

 

Art can affect mental health in ways that other forms of therapy cannot. When words fail, when root causes are elusive, art therapy can provide access to the unconscious mind. From this locus, personal symbols evolve, and visual storytelling unfolds.

Art therapy sessions conducted at YAS are done in adherence to ethical guidelines set out by The American Art Therapy Association (AATA).

 

shutterstock_793876090_SILO

The Dog Ate My Beret

Some people panic at the thought of a blank canvas. Don’t worry. Part of what an art therapist does is determine the appropriate medium for the client’s use. This is a guided journey with many ways to get where you’re going. Representational painting is rarely, if ever, a starting point. Art therapy is a gentle practice that asks that you be receptive to new ideas but doesn’t push.

Lilla, as a creative therapeutic art specialist, guides people to a better understanding of themselves through art making.

Practices she relies on are:

Art medium available include:

  • Collage (flat and three dimensional)
  • Painting (watercolor, gouache, acrylic and oil)
  • Drawing
  • Mixed Media Sculpture (paper-mâché, plaster, tissue paper, wire, found objects)
  • Clay, Ceramic Sculpture
  • Pottery
  • PMC Jewelry Making
  • Sculpy

You are invited to call YAS and speak to Lilla about the above or any other concerns you’d like to address.

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