Creative Arts Therapies

Creative arts therapy is a mental health profession that uses active engagement in the arts to address the psychological, emotional, developmental, and psycho-social needs of individuals in order to help them maximize their potential through interactive play. Our therapists utilize various types of media and methodologies within a humanistic, relationship-based framework that focus on helping students foster social-emotional growth through a creative process and inherently growing therapeutic relationships through that process. Interactive play is essential for students’ well-being, as it helps promote creative thinking, emotional exploration and expression, communication and relatedness, all of which are necessary for learning and building meaningful relationships with others.

Meet the Faculty

Dan Wenger
Music Therapist

M.S., MT-BC, Limited Permit in CAT

Inbar Algov-Kaplan
Creative Arts Therapist


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