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What is Expressive Arts Therapy?

Expressive Arts Therapy is defined as the use of the creative and performing arts as a form of therapy. Unlike traditional art expression, the process of the creation is emphasized rather than the final product.

Do I Need Previous Experience?

 NO previous art or expressive experience is required. The writing, artwork, and or expressions created in these sessions may be complete or incomplete. It is perfectly fine if client wishes to stop a process and begin another. However if you do finish a piece you own all rights to your work and you may do with it as you wish. I will never use or tamper with any work outside of sessions. The point of the session is to freely and creatively express feelings and emotions in a private, safe and relaxing environment.

What is the purpose of these unique therapy sessions?

The sessions are meant for personal growth, healing, clarity, relaxation or overall improvement of mental, spiritual and emotional health.

What issues, emotions or problems can be expressed or worked through with Expressive Arts Therapy? 

Grief, death, addiction, career decisions, behavioral issues, developmental issues, problems on the job, lack, despair, depression, self-esteem, self-care, trauma, loss, physical aliments, illness, parenting, stress, creativity block, relaxation, mental rest, mental renewal, business issues, life decisions, love, hurt, break-up, relationships, family issues, financial troubles, heartbreak, broken friendships, broken dreams, divorce, hopelessness and other hardships.

Do I Need to Bring Anything?

All materials needed will be provided; however, the client may bring his or her own supplies if he or she prefers.

Because the sessions are self-pay only, the form of payment* you will use for sessions and your photo ID.

*All major credit cards accepted. Paypal accepted also.

Other methods accepted upon request.

No insurance or assistance accepted.

Do You Take Walk-Ins?

At this time Resounding Ink Expressive Arts does not take walk-ins.

Appointments must be scheduled in advance. Same day appointments may be scheduled based on availability.

How many people can attend an individual session?

Resounding Ink Expressive Arts Currently Hosts the Following Sessions:

Individual Adult Sessions

Individual Child Sessions*

*Children may have sessions alone or they may be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Office is on second floor with no elevator or lift. 

How Do I Schedule an Appointment?


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How Do I Ask a Question?

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How much are the sessions after the first free 30 minute session?

$50 for 60 minutes

All major credit cards accepted. 

Paypal accepted also.

Other methods accepted upon request.

No insurance or assistance accepted.

How Will the Sessions Go?

Sessions may consist one of the following or a combination of the following according to the clients preference. If the client opts for continuous therapy sessions, they may change up each session, make endless combinations or stick with one:

Journal/Writing Therapy - Reflective writing, exercises and prompts.


Letter Therapy - Letters to future self, letters to loved ones, family members.

Poetry Therapy - Use of poetry in the form of spoken or written word; writing, listening or reflecting.

Art Therapy - Includes adult coloring, finger painting, abstract art creation and other art forms.

Therapeutic Listening - Listening to music, sounds or messages. Use of simple percussion instruments.

Sand and Water Therapy: Use of miniatures and manipulation elements and natural elements.

Drama Therapy - Acting, improvisation, role playing

 and short film observation.

Vision and Mission Therapy - Vision boards, planners, mission 

statements, vision statements, manifestos.


Narrative Therapy - Use of storytelling, creative verbiage and scenarios.

Bibliotherapy (Reading Therapy) - Use of books, audiobooks, magazines and other inspirational reading materials and media.

Play Therapy (Adults or Children) - Rubik's cube, manipulation toys, blocks, puzzles, putty, stress balls, magnets, cognitive skills toys.

Movement Therapy - Low impact stretching, dancing, use of flags, scarves, ribbons and other dance materials.


Talk Therapy - The traditional form of therapy where the client and facilitator interact through verbal communication.

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Let's Get Creative!

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