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Common Questions about Art Therapy and Sessions with Art Therapist.

On this page you will find answers to common questions.

Do you have a question you would like to ask? I am committed to providing patients with the best care and experience possible. There is no wrong question when it comes to mental health. See the answers to the FAQs below and don't hesitate to contact me if you have any additional questions.

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DO YOU OFFER INSURANCE RECEIPT?

Yes! I offer you receipts for your reimbursements with your insurance. I also offer recites if desired for tax refunds.

The only insurance company I don't do business with is Industrial Alliance.

Depending on your insurance, it is even possible that you live in the United States or France and that the art therapy sessions with me are covered. The important thing is that your contract with your insurers includes a naturopathic section.

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DO YOU HAVE TO BE “GOOD” AT ART TO DO ART THERAPY?

No! You don't have to be good at art to do art therapy.

The goal is to express yourself, not to make something beautiful. It is the client who knows what line, color, shape, texture, space, movement means to them; the art therapist helps to support the person to go further in their physical and mental health goals.
 

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2.	Art therapy for chronic pain
3.	Fibromyalgia support through art therapy
4.	Anxiety and depression art therapy
5.	Compassionate art therapy
6.	Non-judgmental healing space
7.	Professional art therapy support
8.	Meditative art therapy
9.	Managing fatigue through art therapy
10.	Online art therapist Sabrina Landecker

WHO IS ART THERAPY FOR?

  • Art therapy sessions aren't just for kids. Art therapy is for all aggers, children, teenagers, adults, elderly people, individuals, groups.

  • It is for all cultures since it is not me who tells you who you are according to what you have created, it is you who know what you created means for you and I support you in going further to accomplish your physical and mental health goals.

Art therapy is a form of expressive therapy that uses the creative process of making art to improve a person's mental, emotional, and physical well-being. It can be beneficial for a wide range of people, but it is not reserved for specific groups. Here are some examples of people for whom art therapy can be useful:

  • People suffering from mental disorders:Art therapy is often used as an adjunct to traditional treatments for disorders such asdepression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), etc.

  • People who have difficulty expressing themselves with words: Children and adults who have difficulty expressing their emotions verbally can benefit from art therapy because it offers them a creative alternative to communicate. Furthermore, the use ofart uses another part of the brain that words do not have access to, it brings us new memories, new sansation.

  • People with chronic illnesses:People suffering from chronic illnesses can use art therapy to cope with stress, pain, emotional challenges related to their condition and learn a variety of chronic pain management resources, how to return our bodies to a state of calm, of energy, of guidance with the parasympathetic system.

  • People facing difficult life transitions:Whether it is bereavement, divorce, career change, change in physical and/or mental state, art therapy can help navigate difficult transitions.

  • Specific groups:Art therapy is sometimes used in group settings, such as veterans, survivors of abuse, people with neurodegenerative diseases, fibromyalgia, etc.

 

  • People looking for a way to manage stress:For those seeking alternative methods of stress management, art therapy can offer a creative way to express and process emotions.

  • People seeking personal growth:Art therapy is not just for people with specific problems. It can also be used by those looking to explore their creativity, build self-esteem, and foster personal growth.

customer reviews

Julie

"Sabrina Landecker is an exceptional online art therapist. She has been instrumental in my journey to managing chronic pain, fatigue, fibromyalgia, anxiety and depression. Sabrina is kind, patient and knowledgeable. Her approach Her meditative and non-judgmental attitude creates a safe space for healing. I highly recommend her to anyone seeking professional, compassionate online art therapy support. Well-deserved five stars!”
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