The Center for Psyche & the Arts

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The Center for Psyche & the Arts offers a variety of opportunities to meet each individual’s needs. Our services include art therapy and psychotherapy services, individual, family, and group sessions, as well as professional and personal enrichment, educational opportunities, retreats, and clinical case supervision. 

Upcoming Workshops

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The Frog King: Seeing Image Dynamics in Clinical Work

On Demand

THE PSYCHOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF FAIRY TALES, MYTHS & STORIES: WEBINAR SERIEs Join us as we lead a discussion about a specific fairy tale, myth, or work of literature in order to examine and comprehend the plight of ourselves and others. These narratives offer us a unique means of cultivating the ability to understand the interplay of […]

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Pictures and Words: A Six-Week Workshop

Mondays, 6:30 - 9:30 p.m.; January 11 - February 15, 2016

Powerful writing captures images by transporting the reader into a scene or experience, while gripping illustrations convey thousands of words. This six-week workshop explores the intersection of imagery through verbal and visual expression by placing visual thinking at its core. Exploration of visual journals, illustrated texts, narrated photo- and video-documentaries, and blogs and the artists/authors who created them will serve as a springboard for students’ own creative writings, such as fiction, creative non-fiction, and poetry coupled with the use of graphic expression such as drawing, painting, sculpture, photography or video. Students will deepen their ability to engage in multiple modes of expression by utilizing images to inform their writing as well as words to inform their art.

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Analytic Art in Therapy – Webinar

On Demand

The Dynamics of Image: Jung’s Psychology and the Logical Life of the Image While many theories purport to describe psychological phenomena and suggest methods through which psychic suffering might be alleviated, the work of Carl Jung stands out as the only one that addresses the reality of psychological phenomena through the Psyche’s intrinsic mode of […]

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About our Historic Lansdowne Building


Nestled on 2.5 acres, this historic Arts & Crafts home/office provides ample opportunities for educational experiences while soaking in the beautiful aesthetic of fine craftsmanship of yesteryear and surrounding natural settings, which was once considered one of the largest Japanese gardens in America.  The property was once owned by Charles J. Pillings.