Art Therapy Online

Healing through the creative process to treat children with Autism, Anxiety, Depression, ADHD, Trauma, Grief, Social Anxiety, Divorce.

  • Improve cognitive and sensory-motor functions
  • Foster self-esteem and self-awareness
  • Target underlying mental and behavioral health issues

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Susanne Graf, ATR-BC

Susanne Graf, ATR leads a team of highly skilled ATRs. Susanne will match you with the most appropriate therapist for your child.


  • 20+ years as an art educator and art therapist
  • Uses art-making as a vehicle for expression and tool to improve cognitive and sensory-motor functions, to foster self-esteem and self-awareness, and to target underlying mental and behavioral health issues
  • Experience treating at-risk teens and children with learning differences, and bedside art therapy to children in a hospital setting

Testimonials

I often have parents who report behaviors that occur in the home that I don't get to observe. Generally, reactivity is an issue and the child will refrain from engaging in the reported behavior when other people are present. With the telehealth model, I am able to "hide" behind the screen and easily observe the behavior(s) in action, which then allows me to support the parents with appropriate interventions to assist with behavior modification in the home.

HYM BCBA

I love combining my love for client-specific programming with dynamic and interactive technologies. I find that such engaging sessions effectively capture client attention and optimize engagement and skill acquisition. As of September 2020, Telehealth services have increased 154% across healthcare services. Client surveys have indicated an increase in engagement, overall satisfaction and improvement with provider communication. This greater flexibility in care has shown to decrease client indirect costs and provide more equitable access to specialized services for remote/rural families (ACOG, 2020; Frist, 2015; Kaiser Family Foundation, 2020; Orlando, Beard, Kumar, 2020)

Katharine Clark-Keene, MEd, BCBA, LBA

I love teletherapy especially for Occupational Therapy. With teletherapy, I can see my clients in their homes and work with them to become more functional within their natural environment. I am able to to work with my clients in their homes with the activities that may be difficult for them! There is nothing like learning to cook in your own kitchen or improving your strength and range of motion when hanging up laundry on your clothes line or dusting high shelves. Problem solving and then performing a difficult activity doesn’t need to be generalized when you are actually doing it.Doing it within a clinic there is a need to generalize but that isn’t needed when you are already doing it within your own home. I have found that the bond formed between my client and their family is deeper than any I formed in a clinic!

Linda Lafyatis, Telehealth Occupational Therapist

My son has benefitted from teletherapy in so many ways. We have less missed visits and it helps him stay healthier, not being exposed to as many elements. I don’t have to spend travel time or cancel when we go visit family. He has made great progress and is engaged for his sessions. The therapist knows him well and knows how to keep him engaged with fun activities that include his interests.

Jenna Dare, parent

Art Therapy

Art therapy is a mental health approach that uses the process of creating art to support personal and relational treatment goals, and to improve mental, physical and emotional well-being.

Our professional art therapist works one-on-one with each child, applying psychological theories to the creative process, to help improve cognitive and sensory-motor functions, to foster self-esteem and self-awareness, and enhance social skills. Art therapy can also be used as a diagnostic tool to reveal underlying issues not easily diagnosed by other means.

Specifically, art therapy can help children who:

  • Struggle with anxiety, depression, attention disorders, or emotional trauma
  • Suffer from physical illness, trauma, PTSD, addiction, eating disorder
  • Need to improve communication skills
  • Need to build problem-solving skills

A full set of Art Supplies can be shipped to your home.
Art therapy is a mental health approach that uses the process of creating art to support personal and relational treatment goals, and to improve mental, physical and emotional wellbeing.

Our professional art therapist works one-on-one with each child, applying psychological theories to the creative process, to help improve cognitive and sensory-motor functions, to foster self-esteem and self-awareness, and enhance social skills. Art therapy can also be used as a diagnostic tool to reveal underlying issues not easily diagnosed by other means.

Specifically, art therapy can help children who:

  • Struggle with anxiety, depression, attention disorders, or emotional trauma.
  • Suffer from physical illness, trauma, PTSD, addiction, eating disorder.
  • Need to improve communication skills.
  • Need to build problem-solving skills.

Functional and Academic Skills Training

We offer individually designed instruction of target skills to increase community access.

This therapy is appropriate for children who need to acquire academic, social and independence skills, including children with ADHD and learning disabilities.

If you or someone you know are currently involved in a serious crisis, please call 911 to connect with local emergency services that can help to resolve the situation. For other situations refer to our Mental Health Crisis Resources.

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