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The Center for Creative Arts Therapy believes ALL relationships can benefit from therapy to reduce stress, conflict and improve connection, while significantly improving relationship strengths, connection, respectful communication, healthy boundaries, happiness and intimacy.


The creative arts therapies give voice to families through expressive art materials, music, movement and role play. When words are not available for expression or communication of difficult feelings, the arts can speak instead. It is a language without words, offering a means for individualized and unique personal expression. Both the art itself and the process of creating art can provide families with a non-verbal avenue to communicate, problem solve, express self and emotions, and positively cope with difficult experiences and life changes.


Let us support you and your family through compassionately creative counseling and arts-based psychotherapy services. Contact us to schedule a consultation.

Learn New Ways of Relating
Identify How Specific Behaviors Affect Each Other
Create Healthy Boundaries
Open Lines of Communication
Learn New Skills to Get Through Difficult Situations
Improve Happiness & Intimacy

Family therapy sessions are created to identify and foster familial strengths. Your life, experiences and relationships are intricate and unique. At The Center for Creative Arts Therapy, our therapists work collaboratively to provide families compassionately creative counseling and arts-based psychotherapy that impacts each aspect of their lives.


During therapy, family members work with a therapist to uncover the underlying issues that are causing disharmony in the home like feelings of self-doubt, fears of failure, fears of fully utilizing one’s potential, and long-standing self-criticism. These underlying issues can manifest as and/or be related to:

Anxiety & Stress
Career Choices
Grief & Loss
Low Self-Esteem
Mood Disorders
Parenting Issues
Work/Life Balance

Typically, the first several sessions are used by the therapist to obtain information and better understand what is causing issues within family relationships. The therapist’s job is to use their training to help family members make sense of these difficulties and create a clear-enough plan for how to resolve those symptoms. This can take several sessions, however, the couple should start to feel gradually understood by the therapist and should have some sense of what the therapy can accomplish.

We're in-network with BCBS PPO & Cigna. We accept self-pay clients from $150 per session, depending on the therapist, and can provide out-of-network services. Please call our office with any questions at 847-477-8244.


To get started with the Center for Creative Arts Therapy, schedule an appointment or call 847-477-8244.


During the scheduling process, we will ask questions to match you with the therapist who will best meet your needs including service type, emotional symptoms and availability.

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How do I get started with therapy?

Help is just a few easy steps away. Schedule an Appointment or call 847-477-8244. Visit our How to Get Started page for answers to your questions.

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How can therapy help?

Almost anyone can benefit from therapy. It is a supportive process for personal growth and self-improvement. Many scientific studies show that therapy is a helpful way to learn more about yourself, improve your range of coping skills, and learn how to deal with life’s stressors more effectively. Get Started.

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Is creative arts therapy covered by insurance?

Yes! We accept most major insurance plans and are in-network with Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO and Cigna. We also provide out-of-network services.

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How often do I need to come in?

Therapy is kind of like fitness – the more you put into it, usually the more you benefit. Our clients tell us that at least one session per week is most helpful to them. Of course, coming more or less often is also an option. Questions? Contact Us!