Eating issues are rarely about the food alone. Instead, they are about relationships: relationships to nurturance, to others, and to oneself. Join us for a supportive, group art therapy experience. We draw on creative experiences: art, active imagination, creative writing, and dialog to explore and witness the demands of life including concerns with stress, relationships, employment, health, recovery from loss, trauma, and addiction.
We use the creative process to explore these concerns and discover greater awareness and support in a small, confidential, group context. Group size is limited to eight. Join us to experience the compassion and power of sharing wisdom, humor, pain, and our struggles in a safe and supportive space.
All are welcome. Just as life is a journey, not a destination, our art is about the process, not the product. Life is a creative process, and thus we meet life’s challenge through our related and parallel work in an art psychotherapy process. The work is both individually, and group inspired. All levels of experience welcome; all materials provided.
Call for your free assessment today 610.259.2550 ext. 2.
Facilitated by Michelle L. Dean, MA, ATR-BC, LPC, CGP is considered a national expert in the treatment of eating disorders with numerous publications and presentations to her credit. She has over twenty years of experience creating safe places for men and women to share and heal from eating issues and trauma in a group context.
Commitment to 10-week session required. Rolling Admissions.