Creative Artistic Expression

Creative art therapy focuses on the creative process instead of the outcome, as in traditional artistic expression. The use of creative expression work often helps one tap into a deeper place of knowing and permits one to express feelings and emotions that might otherwise be difficult to articulate. Therapy can include the use of imagery, storytelling, dance, music, drama, poetry, movement, horticulture, dream work, and visual arts.

Several mental health practitioners use creative artistic expression in their practice at Elemental Healing Charlotte. Margaret Wyche, a Licensed Professional Counselor and founder of EHC, offers a monthly SoulCollage® class on the 2nd Saturday of every month.

Check our calendar to learn more. Or, learn about the practitioners below that offer Creative Artistic Expression as part of their therapy.

  • Ashley Francis

    Talk therapy leaving you feeling half-fulfilled? Have you tried a multitude of services and you just aren’t getting the results you know you’re capable of achieving?  Or are you new to therapy and finding yourself feeling overwhelmed going from site to site, reading dozens of profiles, and trying to choose your best therapist simply based on a trustworthy face and a few buzz words that might fit your needs?  The remedy?  Connect with a specialist!

  • Wendy Balconi

    Educated in both the UK and the US, I have a Masters degree in clinical Social Work. I am a licensed clinician with a private practice while I also work part-time for a local non-profit organization. Additionally, I have a practitioner’s license in Energy Medicine and a Level II Reiki practitioner’s license.

  • Margaret Wyche

    Margaret is a Licensed Professional Counselor, a Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist and a Certified Clinical Supervisor.