A Spoonful of Sugar Helps the Therapy Go Down

Do you want to learn how to apply artmaking and creativity in your therapy practice?  If you have clients who struggle with CBT and DBT concepts, this training could make all the difference!

You don't have to be an "artist"

Lots of us want to use art with our clients but feel afraid.  We may worry that we haven't had enough training, that our own creative skills aren't good enough, or that our clients won't get "enough" out of our efforts. 

The truth is, we can go out and get those skills, and we don't have to be fine artists to help our clients express themselves and learn new concepts with art.  

About me

Katy MacRae, LCSW

I've worked at Yale and in private practice for over a decade, and the more I use art and creativity with my clients, the happier we are!  I've found easy ways to make my projects deeply therapeutic, and I want to help other clinicians do it too.