Therapy for Artists &

Who said artists and creatives are supposed to suffer for the sake of their craft?

One of the best things about living and working in Austin is the opportunity to interact with wonderfully creative individuals. A large percentage of my practice involves working with a diverse group of clients who have devoted their lives and energies to creative works.

Author Stephen K. Levine, Ph.D. writes, “The task of counseling is not to eliminate suffering but to give a voice to it, to find a form in which it can be expressed. Expression is itself transformation; this is the message that art brings. The counselor then would be an artist of the soul, working with sufferers to enable them to find the proper container for their pain, the form in which it would be embodied.”

I have a passion for counseling with creative people

This includes entrepreneurs, writers, visual artists, musicians, actors, dancers and designers.

Maintaining a life that supports and nourishes one’s creativity can be challenging in the best of times. Whether you are struggling to hold on to your creative interests amongst life’s demands, uncertain how to take the next step in following your passions or interested in exploring new ways of connecting with lost parts of yourself, therapy for artists and creatives can help.

You don’t have to suffer for your craft – therapy for artists and creatives can help. Let’s talk!


What is Therapy for Artists & Creatives?

Therapy for artists and creatives is traditional talk therapy combined with an understanding of the creative process and appreciation for the unique challenges that often come with moving through the world as a creative person.

When is Counseling for Artists & Creatives needed?

Artists and creatives engage in counseling for all the common reasons people seek out counseling as well as for issues related to feeling stuck in the creative process, stress related to vulnerability in the public eye, struggles with perfectionism and feelings of inadequacy and self doubts.

How much does Therapy for Artists & Creatives cost?

My current rate per one hour appointment is $150.

As an artist, how do I know if therapy is right for me?

I don’t believe that you have to suffer to create great work. If you are struggling in any aspect of life, working with a counselor may help.