Since New Year is the perfect time to begin working toward a productive, happier, and healthier future, I will be introducing Artful Growth, an art therapy support group, for a limited number of Tuesday evenings this winter. This general issue group for adult men and women will meet in my Art Therapy Services studio, located a few blocks south of Tenley Circle (Tenleytown Metro). Absolutely no prior art experience (or talent) is required.
For the next few weeks, I’ll be meeting individually with all those interested in participating in the group. I welcome your referrals so that the group will have just the right balance of members to support each other in their activities and goals. Please direct potential group members to me at (703) 914-1078 or firstname.lastname@example.org (Subject: Artful Growth).
To a wonderful year ahead!
Anne Mills, MA, ATR-BC, LPC
Art Therapy Services
3811 Porter St. NW
Washington DC 20016
About the group leader:
Anne Mills is a Registered and Board Certified Art Therapist and Licensed Professional Counselor. She has led art therapy groups for over 25 years. Anne’s group themes and topics have included stress reduction, unblocking creative blocks, art and music, art and writing, mandalas, aging, bereavement, parents coping with chronically ill children, managing traumatic stress through art, and professional development for mental health professionals. She has taught at a number of universities, was director of the Art Therapy Program at the George Washington University, and is currently a Clinical Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology, GW Clinical Psychology Ph.D. Program. For more information, please view Ms. Mills’s website, http://www.anne-mills.com/
Artful Growth, an art therapy support group, will begin soon. Referrals are welcome for the remaining spaces.
Who: Women and men, ages 20 and up
Led by Anne Mills, MA, ATR-BC, LPC
Where: Art Therapy Services, 3811 Porter St. NW, 2nd floor, Washington DC 20016
When: Tuesday nights
Fee: $55/session; sorry, insurance coverage not available