If you are looking for your lost voice, or simply the freedom to express it, I offer the space and tools to help you find it.
If you have addictions, or are just beginning to question your relationship to drugs, alcohol, or painful partnering choices, I offer my many years of recovery work — leavened with lots of humor and compassion.
Whatever pain you are carrying, working with the arts—drama, movement, music, visual art, poetry—can transform that pain into creative expression. The medicine of creative expression leads to insight, understanding, and profound healing.
An extensive arts background supports my therapeutic work: 30 years of award-winning theatrical work, visual art, poetry, and that most delicate of all the arts÷raising a child.
It is an honor to work with you.
Jerri Lee Young, MA, MFT from California Institute of Integral Studies (Counseling Psychology, with an emphasis in Expressive Arts Therapy) at the Living Arts Center.