Christine Byma, ATR-BC
Art Therapy is a clinical profession that promotes creative growth and healing for optimal health. No prior experience in art is required in order to participate and reap its full therapeutic benefits. Art therapy is open to all skill levels and backgrounds. Find out more information on the American Art Therapy Association's website, arttherapy.org. Art Therapists are trained clinicians who provide therapy through the use of various media, including but not limited to: painting, drawing, 3-D sculpture, ceramics and textile art
My professional experience includes giving presentations and workshops on general art therapy practice and FAQ, domestic violence, the benefits of diy culture in art therapy, symbolic imagery in heavy metal and punk rock culture, and street art as a vehicle of expression and healing.