Thursday, 25 October 2012

Art Therapy

Anyone can benefit from Creative Art Therapy and need not be an Artist

Creative Art Therapy assists with improving concentration and focus, increases self-esteem and provides support while learning to cope with impulsivity. Creative Arts Therapy sessions can alleviate feelings of isolation that may accompany a variety of diagnoses such as ADHD. While talk therapy is included, Creative therapy uses all the arts as a language through which to release feelings while communicating to others many emotions which may sometimes be challenging to express in words. For more information please contact: Susan Leopold, Creative Arts Therapist at 416-792-2824. 

About Susan:

Susan Leopold, BFA, MA, Creativity Arts Therapist,( currently completing MA in Creative Arts Therapy & Creativity Development at Pratt U) has a strong background in creative expression (an award winning illustrator  and visual artist and OCAD University instructor/guest lecturer) and became interested in its therapeutic benefit for children, adolescents and adult clients.  Gaining her clinical training at Toronto General Hospital and the Hincks Dellcrest Centre, she has worked with clients affected by ADHD using a variety of creative approaches including art, play, sand play and music to encourage and nurture their self expression. She works with clients on a one on one basis.     

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