Expressive Arts Groups Foster Growth, Healing: With Stephanie Buck at Yellow Door Studios in Hastings-on-Hudson, NY
Jan 25, 2015 10:29PM
Passion … Pain … Paintings Exhibit at The Hastings Station Café
Stephanie Buck, a psychotherapist/creative arts therapist and the owner of Yellow Door Studios in Hastings-on-Hudson, NY, is now welcoming new members to her ongoing Expressive Arts Group, which facilitates inner growth and healing through creative expression. The group meets alternate Fridays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Buck is also forming a second Expressive Arts Group for psychotherapists and mental health professionals.
No previous art experience is needed to join either group, intended as a safe and supportive environment for individualized exploration of creative modalities such as painting, drawing, movement, writing and sound. “The Friday group is for adults who want to address challenging issues in their lives, expand and strengthen their inner resources and overcome creative blocks,” Buck says. “Participants in the professional group will have opportunities to experience firsthand, heart and spirit, the profound possibilities for healing and growth through expressive arts work. Woven through the sessions will be opportunities to share thoughts about integrating this work into their current practice.” Materials are supplied. Call for scheduling information.
Buck has devoted her life’s work to weaving the strands of creativity and healing. She works with individuals, families and groups, helping them work toward individual fulfillment and more satisfying relationships. She specializes in couples and family therapy, parenting issues, therapy support for cancer patients and their loved ones, and Expressive Arts Therapy. “Passion … Pain … Paintings,” her own latest exhibition, is on display through February 27 at The Hastings Station Café, Metro North Station at 134 Southside Avenue, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY.
For more info, visit YellowDoorStudios.com, or call 914.478.4200.