Art Therapy in Seneca, SC

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Nicole Elena Grimm
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC
Verified
Art therapy is one specialization that I find benefits many people.
As a Licensed Professional Counselor and art therapist I create a safe, welcoming environment that will enable you to create positive change in your life, family and community. Working together we will identify avenues to engage in a value driven life. At times feelings of anxiety and depression act as barriers to our goals and values. Through a variety of techniques, such as mindfulness, CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) and art therapy these barriers can be eliminated.
(864) 810-6361 
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Seneca, SC 29672
Offers online therapy
Photo of Chana Ashlan Land, Licensed Professional Counselor in Seneca, SC
Chana Ashlan Land
Licensed Professional Counselor, MEd, LPC, LPCS
Verified
Change is a choice. I believe everyone, at some point in our lives, can benefit from counseling and make positive changes. Life happens and it can be very, very difficult and even totally overwhelming from time to time. Counseling can help you navigate through those challenging times no matter the circumstances. If you are struggling with anxiety, depression, overcoming abuse or a history of violence, behavioral issues, grief, difficulty adjusting, or just need to learn more healthy and effective coping skills, do consider giving counseling a try. If you want to change and are willing to truly try, that is all it takes.
(864) 712-7218 
Seneca, SC 29678

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Art Therapy
It may look like a craft class, but art therapy in Seneca is a serious technique that uses the creative process to help improve the mental health of clients. Seneca Art therapy can be used on children and adults to treat a wide range of emotional issues, including anxiety, depression, family and relationship problems, abuse and domestic violence, and trauma and loss. Commonly found in hospitals and community centers, art therapy programs are based on the belief that the creative process is healing and life-enhancing. As they paint or draw, a skilled Seneca art therapist can use the client's works of art and their approach to the process as springboards to help them gain personal insight, improve their judgment, cope with stress, and work through traumatic experiences.