About Creativity in Therapy
This blog is intended to provide resources, intervention ideas, and creative inspiration for counselors, child therapists, art therapists, and other mental health professionals.
The “creativity” in therapy refers both to the need for therapists to be creative in the interventions that they use to best meet the needs of their clients, as well as the healing power of creativity when it is incorporated in therapy.
Topics covered include art therapy and other art-based directives, creative counseling approaches, play therapy, and community-based projects.
Carolyn Mehlomakulu, LMFT-S, ATR is a Registered Art Therapist and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who provides child therapy, teen counseling, family therapy, and parent coaching. In her private practice in Austin, TX, Carolyn specializes in art therapy, trauma, depression, anxiety, self-harm, and family stressors. Carolyn also works part-time doing group therapy in a behavioral health hospital.
Carolyn provides clinical supervision in Austin for LMFT-Associates who work with children, teens, and families and who are interested in incorporating creative approaches in their therapy and counseling.
Before beginning private practice, she gained clinical experience in a variety of settings, including foster care group home, schools, community mental health, and juvenile probation.
Carolyn received her Master’s degree from Loyola Marymount University, where she studied Marital and Family Therapy and Clinical Art Therapy.
For more information, visit: www.therapywithcarolyn.com
- Art therapy for children, teens, and families in Austin, TX
- Group therapy for high school teens in Austin, TX
- Consultation about art in therapy for counselors and therapists (in-person or by video call)
- Clinical supervision for LMFT-Associates or ATR interns
- Art therapy groups or workshops by contract at your agency
- Guest blogging or other writing projects
Contact me by email: email@example.com
For more information about art therapy and counseling services, please visit: www.therapywithcarolyn.com