What we draw can review what is behind our struggles: Allison Scolaro, Art and trauma Therapist shares the healing power of Art.
So much is stored inside of us. Our past traumas be them Big T trauma of war or sexual assault or little t trauma of what someone said or an experience with others impact us greatly. Sometimes traditional talk therapy is not the answer.
Today Allison Scolaro sits down with me to talk all things art therapy . We talk exposure therapy, PTSD and also a little dance therapy with my ballroom dance experience. Her true passion is in trauma and how to heal the score that the body keeps. We mention that book again...The Body Keeps the Score.
Allison is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor who has 6 years of counseling experience working with individuals, families and teens. Her experience ranges from clinical barriers such as personality disorders, grief and loss, abuse, trauma, crisis interventions, depression and various anxiety disorders. She attended Adler University and received her Masters Degree in Counseling with a specialization in Art therapy. Her clinical stance for treatment is client centered with evidenced based therapies, creative therapies, and body focused therapies. Her passion is working with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and being a conduit for clients achieving their full potential.
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