I just saw Pulp Fiction, which I haven’t seen in years. I’d forgo how great the movie is; it’s on my top 11 list of best movies I’ve seen. I like odd numbers and for example, I set alarms to 7:29 not the minute after.
Today I came across this calendar accidentally then looked at a page of this year’s calendar at my parents’ house and it had sunflowers on it. This was after I bought these sunflowers for them and brought them to their home:
I am a Licensed, Registered, Board Ceretified Art Therapist and Psychotherapist, as well as a Professional Visual Artist and an Advanced Reiki Practitioner. I have a private practice in TriBeca, New York City. I work with individuals and run groups. I work with adults, adolescents and children. I also conduct individual and group supervision for professional art therapists. My specialties include: mood disorders, depression and anxiety disorders, trauma, PTSD, sexuality and gender issues, eating disorders, creative blocks, career issues, and relationship issues. I have an eclectic approach geared to the needs of each person. Besides psychodynamic traditional "talk" therapy, sometimes augmented with cognitive behavioral techniques, and art therapy with a broad range of materials, I also use sand tray and play therapy where appropriate. I recently started an ongoing art therapy group for people with eating disorders, body image issues and related issues. The group meets weekly on Fridays from 1-2:30 pm, and I am currently accepting new members for the group. Feel free to contact me if interested or with referrals.
My artwork is diverse in media, from oil paintings to works on paper and mixed media collages on canvas and boards.
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