In this episode, Mika discusses her journey to becoming an art therapist, her creative endeavors using nature within therapy, and her current blossoming private practice in New York State. She talks about thinking outside of the box as a therapist and the importance of grounding in the body. Take a listen to get inspired!
Mika McLane has twelve years of experience as a nationally licensed, registered Creative Art Therapist, and as a certified specialist in child development. She received her master’s degree in Art Therapy from Pratt Institute and has worked with children and their families in the New York City public school system, at a pediatric hospital, and with hospice. Her private practice, based in Lewisboro, New York, includes the facilitation of women’s circles that focus on self-care and identity after motherhood, individual therapy, as well as in-home therapy for clients with limitations due to physical illness.
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