I specialize in integrative psychotherapy to provide compassionate and individualized support for my clients. My goal is to empower you to explore your inner world, access your creativity, and discover new paths to growth and healing. Coming from a humanistic-existentialism perspective, I use art therapy, talk therapy, EMDR, mindfulness and somatic practices to promote holistic healing from trauma and support the development of new coping skills. Whether you are struggling with life transitions, stress, relationships, anxiety, depression, substance use or complex trauma, I am committed to providing a safe and non-judgmental environment to help you explore your emotions and improve your well-being.
My focus is on building a collaborative relationship with each client, empowering you to develop your own inner resources and resilience. Contact me today to schedule a free 15 minute phone consultation and discover how I can help.
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Jennifer Atlas (she/her) is a psychotherapist, art therapist and mixed media artist. Her knowledge and expertise in visual art & mental health allows her to integrate her experience to help her clients achieve their therapeutic goals. She has a BFA from Maryland Institute of Fine Art and an MFA from San Francisco Art Institute, and receive her master’s in creative arts therapy from Hofstra University. With over a decade of clinical experience, she has worked with all ages and a variety of backgrounds in community and hospital settings, including psychiatric units and substance use treatment. She has post graduate training in EMDR, sensorimotor art therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, trauma informed expressive arts therapy, nature/eco therapy, motivational interviewing and more. Licensed in the states of New York and Connecticut, and board certified nationally by the Art Therapy Credentials Board, she is a member of AATA, NYATA, and is a LBTQIA+ community ally, dedicated to providing a safe and welcoming space for all.
Art therapy is a powerful form of psychotherapy that uses a range of art materials and methods-including painting, drawing, sculpture, and collage, to help you express and process thoughts, feelings, and memories in ways that words alone cannot. Art therapy is an expressive and supportive way to explore your inner self and improve your overall well-being.