Use Therapeutic Arts exercises to help you overcome creative blocks, process emotions, improve health, and have fun doing it.
Activate Your Creative
Therapeutic Art is a powerful catalyst to help you reconnect with your body, move through your emotions, and better connect with loved ones and the world around you.
You don’t need to be an artist (or even identify with being creative) in order to see the benefits.
Creativity is the ability to rise above traditional ideas, patterns or relationships in order to create something new and meaningful.
It's a tool to help you consider other perspectives, experiment with new ideas and better deal with challenges and uncertainty.
explore your curiosity
Reconnect with your sense of curiosity, exploration, play, and wonder.
stay in the present
Release distraction and overcome burnout as you tune in to what you truly need to thrive.
nourish your body
Reconnect with your body, and give yourself what you need to thrive.
widen your perspective
Break free from going through the motions of day-to-day life and shift into the flow.
Hi, I'm Brooke
I love helping people use creativity to gain clarity, increase vitality and build better relationships.
As a certified health coach, I help people heal themselves through food & lifestyle choices that take relationships, career and spirituality into account as part of a wellness lifestyle.#mindbodyspirit #holisticliving
As an artist and certified therapeutic art coach, I am trained on how to use creativity to express and process experiences in order to heal, reduce stress and grow. #arttherapy #feelthefeels
Brooke's ability to meet people where they’re at with love, compassion, and understanding is her biggest super power.
She makes people feel safe and encouraged to learn as they explore and grow. Plus, she's an amazing web designer who transformed my website into a tool that finally showcases my works and how to engage.
She has this uncanny ability to be able to step back from situations and see things that I personally believe many other people miss. I have learned so much and feel so grateful for her.