Creative and Mindful Therapy
Private sessions and healing opportunities with Adriana
When we experience transition, loss, get caught in cycles of addictive behaviors, or find we have “lost our center,” life can feel overwhelming. Skillful guidance and support can help us find renewal, peace, and wholeness in the midst of life’s most challenging circumstances.
Adriana has a well-established practice as an expressive arts therapist and body-based movement therapist and educator. Trained in the Life/Art Process, a method developed at the Tamalpa Institute, she uses creative methods to establish health and well-being in individuals, groups and communities. Adriana’s work holds a special focus on addiction/recovery, grief and trauma.
Needing support to feel more at ease in your everyday life? Want to slow down and develop a stronger sense of well-being? I can offer you simple tools to release stress, persistent anxiety, and relate better to the people closest to you. Click here to find out more about Adriana’s approach. Schedule a session in-person, by Skype or phone.
If you are working to free yourself from addiction or currently are in recovery from substances, eating disorders or behavior addictions (sex and love addiction, gambling, co-dependency, etc.) and want a creative approach, I will offer you a new perspective. Use the artistic process to develop an expanded relationship to your recovery. Learn more about Adriana’s dynamic work with addictions here. Schedule a session in-person, by Skype or phone.
Do you feel stuck in your grieving process? Have you found that talking and processing loss in your life is not helping you heal? Adriana’s arts and somatic (body-based) approach will get things moving so you can start living your life more fully. Click here to learn more about creative grief counseling. Schedule a session in-person, by Skype or phone.
Special Coaching Package with Adriana
On a limited basis I offer a Coaching Package for a discount on individual sessions for new clients. This is an opportunity to do some concentrated work with me in these areas: Mindfulness and Stress Reduction Support, Addiction/Recovery Arts Coaching, Creative Grief Support or Coaching for Creative or Professional Work. It could also be a combination of any of the above. The package includes the following:
- A 1/2 hour intention-setting call (Skype/phone)
- Five 1 hour Sessions in person or by Skype/phone
- Email Check-ins to offer encouragement and resources
- Assignments to keep you engaged and making progress
Cost: $650 ($175 savings)
The coaching package is available for purchase until July 30th, 2018 or until sign-ups are full (limited availability). The sessions can be scheduled up until December 31, 2018.
“As a creative entrepreneur and as an energetic person it is hard at times to navigate what is passion and purpose, and to identify when that drive turns against me and burns me up. Adriana helps me to return to solid ground, providing me with the support to practice my profession in a sustainable way. Working with Adriana helps me to re-balance, see and put things into perspective. After each session I have the feeling i have landed back into self and what truly matters.”
– Hilde Elbers, Choreographer, Dancer, Teacher
“Adriana has a unique way of helping you face your own integrity, authenticity and truth, even when it’s the last thing you want to do. Without my one-on-one work with her over a period of about four years, I’m not sure I’d have the things I treasure most in my life: a strong marriage, an honest career, and my beautiful daughter.”
Kristin Philipkoski, Writer, Editor
“Adriana is a soulfully creative and gifted healer who is highly attuned to the individuals she works with. In working with individuals in recovery from an eating disorder who feel disconnected from their bodies, her compassionate and mindful presence creates a sacred healing environment to help these individuals. She allows the opportunity to move toward acceptance and re-connection with this disowned aspect of themselves in a safe and nurturing manner.”
– Carol Dietrich, RN, LMFT, RDT