“I paint because I need to. If I didn’t paint, I would die”
~ Paul Klee
Everyone has the ability to find wholeness and the right to have support on the journey.
Since high school, I have known that I wanted to integrate the arts and therapy in my life work. As an artist and therapist, I have evolved my work into an integrated model of expressive arts, Energy work, Reiki and healing.
I have a Masters in Expressive Arts Therapy and a certificate in Social Ecology. I am accredited as a Playback Theatre Trainer and am a Registered Expressive Arts therapist. I have been in private practice since 2000.
Prior to this I worked as a postpartum care Doula and in hospice care. For a number of years I was an at home mom, at times home schooling my children. I taught at Burlington College for ten years, and have been a teacher, at Lesley University and internationally, since 2003. I am a wife, stepparent, grandmother and professional artist specializing in printmaking.
I am a practicing Buddhist, a Jew raised in the shadows of the Holocaust, and have had mild Cerebral Palsy since birth. These experiences have deeply shaped my perspective as well as my work.
About My Work:
I will will work with you, utilizing the Expressive Arts, Ceremony, and Reiki, to create the path that is right for you.
I offer a cohesive and unique form of therapy that will support you in addressing life challenges including:
- Chronic pain
- Spiritual needs
- Recovery from major illnesses
- Life transitions
- Disability issues
In partnership with my husband and colleague, Michael Watson, LCMHC, I offer psychotherapy sessions for individuals, couples and families; short-term groups, workshops, as well as seasonal ceremonies.