Art Therapy

“Through integrative methods, art therapy engages the mind, body, and spirit in ways that are distinct from verbal articulation alone.”  

The American Art Therapy Association

Art Therapy is a form of expressive therapy of making art to improve physical, mental, and emotional well-being. Therapeutic art can help clients access unexpressed feelings and give clients ways to articulate issues without having to find words. It can also help clients who struggle to talk in treatment, or who want to explore a deeper or different way to express what they are thinking and feeling.

Art therapy helps children, adolescents, and adults explore their emotions, improve self-esteem, process past traumas, relieve stress, and improve symptoms of anxiety and depression.

“How Does Art Therapy Heal the Soul? | The Science of Happiness


You don’t need to be an artist or have any artistic skills to receive the benefits of art therapy. It can be used as a sole method of treatment or it can be integrated into your treatment.

Online Counseling Art Therapy 

Our therapists will help you gather supplies you already have in your home, such as paper, notepads, sketchbooks, and art materials in the same ways she would in the office, and you will create expressive works together while processing therapeutic material. She can also suggest art supplies you might order online for subsequent sessions or give suggestions for DYI materials. Other than a difference in the materials available, the work itself is very similar to an in-person session.

Art Therapist

Meg Lewis picture

Meg Lewis is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and a Registered and Board Certified Art Therapist. She earned a Master’s of Science degree in Art Therapy from Nazareth College of Rochester and a Bachelor of Fine Arts with a concentration in Painting from Ohio Northern University. Ms. Lewis will help you dive into the underlying messages and emotions communicated through your art.