Music, Art & Expressive Arts Therapy
Expressive arts therapy combines psychology and the creative process to promote emotional growth and healing. Expressive arts therapy is an integrated approach using writing, music, visual arts, drama, and dance to help people achieve personal growth.
In-Person Sessions Available for the DFW-Area. Telehealth Available for All of Texas.
Expressive Arts Therapists On Staff
Erin Waldrop, MA, LPC
Erin is a Licensed Professional Counselor with nearly 10 years of experience working with couples to improve communication, overcome conflict and come to resolution.
Phoebe Lo, M.E.D., LPC
Phoebe is a Licensed Professional Counselor who specializes in Child Therapy, Couples & Marriage counseling. Phoebe is Gottman Level 2 Certified
Bree High, MA, LPC-A
Bree is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate experienced in working with couples.
What is Expressive Arts Therapy?
Expressive arts therapy (EAT) is multimodal approach using a variety of methods including music, art, visual arts, writing, drama, and dance to help people achieve personal & emotional growth. A licensed and EAT-trained therapist helps you understand your experiences and reactions through artistic expression.
EAT is a process of self-discovery that relies on artistic self-expression as a way to achieve emotional release.
Who is it for?
Expressive Arts therapy can be used for everyone to initiate deep, transformational change. All ages can utilize EAT as individuals or in group settings. At Mosaic Way, we offer individual or small group settings for families.
How does Expressive Art Therapy help?
People who are experiencing mental health problems may have a difficult time interpreting or describing how they are feeling. The use of expressive arts can help people learn more about themselves and share what they are feeling in a therapeutic context.
Art and Expressive Arts Therapy
Expressive arts therapy is an approach that utilizes a variety of methods including writing, music, visual arts, drama, and dance to help children achieve personal growth. In this type of treatment, children work with a trained therapist who helps them explore and understand their reactions to their experience with different forms of expressive art. Expressive arts therapy is a process of self-discovery using artistic self expression to achieve emotional release.
Music therapy is the clinical use of music to accomplish individualized goals such as reducing stress, improving mood and self-expression. It is an evidence-based therapy well-established in the health community. Music therapy experiences may include listening, singing, playing instruments, or composing music. Musical skills or talents are not required to participate.
How do I get Started?
Setting an appointment is a great first step! Give us a call or setup a free consultation and we’ll be happy to walk you through your options. Even if we aren’t the best fit for you, we’ll help you take the first step.