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Wholehearted Creative Arts Therapy provides Art therapy and Psychotherapy to adults. Art reaches deep places in our unconscious where words are unreachable. Our safe and trusting space allows you to explore and make sense of your feelings and address these deeper issues in a non-judjmental way. My approach is to see you as a whole human being: Mind, Body and Spirit. The therapy is tailored and individualized depending on your needs. We utilize both non-verbal and verbal communication and we work together to gain clarity and resolve the obstacles blocking your path. The individual session could be only Psychotherapy/talk therapy if that is your preference.

Art therapy integrates artistic expression into the healing process, it can be emotionally restorative and can serve as an outlet for expressing your feelings. No artistic experience is necessary, more important is the process rather than the end product. Art-making may be a directed theme, in response to a conversation or a feeling for example, or may be spontaneous and non-directed. We use a wide range of art materials including:  paints, watercolor, pencils, pastels, charcoal, clay and various papers. You may also choose to explore: found objects, collage, altered books, art journaling, photographs, 3D making, felt and many more unconventional and experimental uses of art materials Your sessions will be individual and structured according to your needs. Please call to make an appointment 914.662.7499



Reasons to consider therapy:

  • Difficulty adjusting to life events, such as  relocation or changing of jobs, divorce, death of a loved one.

  • Issues around food, body image and self-esteem

  • Struggles in relationships

  • Worry or fear (anxiety)

  • Isolation and withdrawal from activities they once enjoyed. 

  • Sexual/ Physical/Emotional Abuse

  • Self-harming behaviors

  • Anger Management

  • Work and life stress 

  • Perfectionism

  • Compulsive behaviors, addicting behaviors

Focusing on




Eating Disorders



Chronic Pain/Chronic illness




LGBTQ support



Emotional neglect

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