33 min

#21 Arts as a way to process trauma: Creative Arts Therapy The Divorce Doctor

    • Social Sciences

Mari Grande is a licensed clinical social worker and creative arts psychotherapist. She has over 20 years of experience working with individuals, couples, and families. She specializes in using creativity to help people heal from traumatic events.
As an artist, she studied and exhibited art in California, Greece, and New York. She received her Masters in Fine Arts with a specialization in Art Therapy from Pratt Institute and a Masters Degree in Social Work from New York University. She taught for 15 years in the New York City Schools working with children and supporting them through art therapy.
Mari is currently practicing privately and uses a number of modalities. However, she always falls back to her love of art and creativity.
Topics:
What she likes about being a therapist
On learning more about herself
The kind of work she does
What people expect from an art therapist
On working using conventional psychotherapy
Phrase she found herself repeating all the time
On making a timeline
Information she wishes people knew earlier
Her growing edge
Links:
Mari Grande's website Mari's Email Address: mari@marigrande.com FREE 5-Step Guide to Soothe Anxiety

Mari Grande is a licensed clinical social worker and creative arts psychotherapist. She has over 20 years of experience working with individuals, couples, and families. She specializes in using creativity to help people heal from traumatic events.
As an artist, she studied and exhibited art in California, Greece, and New York. She received her Masters in Fine Arts with a specialization in Art Therapy from Pratt Institute and a Masters Degree in Social Work from New York University. She taught for 15 years in the New York City Schools working with children and supporting them through art therapy.
Mari is currently practicing privately and uses a number of modalities. However, she always falls back to her love of art and creativity.
Topics:
What she likes about being a therapist
On learning more about herself
The kind of work she does
What people expect from an art therapist
On working using conventional psychotherapy
Phrase she found herself repeating all the time
On making a timeline
Information she wishes people knew earlier
Her growing edge
Links:
Mari Grande's website Mari's Email Address: mari@marigrande.com FREE 5-Step Guide to Soothe Anxiety

33 min

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