Make • Art • Work
Gain insight, vitality and connection
(artistic ability not required)
It's ok, ask
How can I… decrease anxiety, find motivation, enjoy my family, find sleep.
Art is natural
People have been using art to express emotions, communicate and heal for thousands of years.
Art therapy in use
Situations and conditions in which art therapy can help include:
Trauma experienced by adults, families or children
Severe distress experienced by adults or children
Children with learning disabilities
Suffering from a brain injury (TBI)
About Natasha Young
Natasha Young, LPC, LMHC, ATR-BC is a board certified art therapist and licensed professional counselor in Columbia, Missouri serving clients that seek therapy for a variety of reasons ranging from mental health needs, family conflicts, counseling through the cancer journey or chronic illness, to purposes of personal growth and awareness.
She has one middle school aged son, and enjoys spending time with him mountain biking and laughing! Natasha enjoys riding her sport bike, playing the cello & banjo, painting, salsa dancing, kickboxing and gardening.