Art Therapy Studio Chicago, Ltd.
How to incorporate art therapy techniques into your mental health self-care routine during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Every Tuesday at 1pm
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Our mission: Expanding awareness & deepening connections of self, others and society, through relationships and art.
Art Therapy Studio Chicago Ltd values relationships, the creative process and connecting in community. We offer counseling to individuals, couples and families specializing in cross-cultural intersections, loss, intergenerational trauma, depression and anxiety. We also provide monthly process sessions and community exhibitions.
Our services also include developing relationships with partnering organizations to raise critical consciousness using art therapy in community with various client populations.
A typical counseling session involves you identifying an
area you would like to work on and together we discuss
some ways you can approach the situation. We may ask
you to create something to help you reflect on yourself
and your situation, or through the process of creating
you may find relief and understanding of your
experience. We do not interpret or pathologize based on
the art work that is created. We allow you to find your
understanding of yourself by asking you questions in
response to the work to help you know yourself deeply.
We accept Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO insurance and Self Pay. (Additional insurance plans may reimburse for out of network services).
We have a team of therapists who have openings throughout the week and we offer sliding scale for those who do not have insurance or cannot pay the full fee. See our therapists page to read more about each one and find the right fit for you and your schedule.
We are looking to build relationships with community groups to engage to offer work in our space who’s mission and work aligns with fighting racism and challenging the dominant discourses in society. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to share your proposals and ideas for collaboration.
Mural outside ATSC (March 2017)