I help helping professionals reignite their creative spark and resilience in the face of burnout. Why burn out when you can burn bright?
Art Therapist in Arizona
Burnout is the perfect storm of factors related to the helping professional, the people they help, and the setting where the helping takes place. In 2013 I began supporting helping professionals in their quest to reignite the creativity and resilience that burnout scorched, and I’d love to help you shine brightly again too. See www.meganvanmeter.com for more info and hope to light your way. You don’t have to go through burnout alone in the dark; I’m here to help you create a better outcome.
You’re exhausted, both emotionally and physically. This is what happens when you use empathy day in and day out with people who are suffering. And now you’re suffering too. In 2013 I began helping helping professionals like you–caring people who’ve lost their creative spark for caring. Please visit www.meganvanmeter.com to learn how reigniting your creative spark can help you burn bright again. Isn’t it about time for YOU to shine? I’d love to help you create a better outcome for yourself.
People seeking therapy for job stress do so for many reasons. Often there is demoralization or exploitation involved, and sometimes this is elevated to the level of workplace bullying. Given how many hours a person spends at work and how many more hours can be spent living with the effects of job stress, it’s important for anyone experiencing job stress to find interventive support. I’ve offered this since 2013 and have seen people make important career decisions based on our work together.
Since artmaking is inherently experiential, my graduate training incorporated an understanding of how experiential therapy works to create shifts in people at physical, emotional, and intellectual levels. Experiential therapy involves the use of in-session experiences to initiate positive and integrative changes in the mental images that become a client’s thoughts, feelings, words, and actions. The experiences that are introduced are specific to the client’s unique nervous system patterns.
Since art therapy is inherently experiential, my graduate training incorporated an understanding of how experiential therapy works to create shifts in people at physical, emotional, and intellectual levels. Experiential therapy involves the use of in-session experiences to initiate positive and integrative changes in the mental images that become a client’s thoughts, feelings, words, and actions. The experiences that are introduced are specific to the client’s unique nervous system patterns.
Although you sometimes feel disconnected from yourself, you were born to be connected. The problem is that some parts of you have fallen out of integration. I was trained by the co-creators of an integrative assessment and treatment model called the Expressive Therapies Continuum, which helps me guide helping professionals to connect with all aspects of their physical, emotional, and intellectual selves. See www.meganvanmeter.com to learn how I can help you create integration in your life!
Did you know that your very own eyes and hands are connected to the full wisdom of your body and can help you find balance between your inner world and the world outside? I have a master’s degree in art therapy and board certification status through the Art Therapy Credentials Board. Find out how art therapy can help you create a better outcome for yourself at www.meganvanmeter.com! I work with helping professionals in Arizona, Indiana, and Texas, and I would be honored to work with you too.
You’ve been shaped by your experiences, good, bad, and otherwise. Art therapy is an inherently experiential and embodied way to re-work what’s not working and give you greater mastery of what’s going on inside so you can demonstrate greater mastery to the outside world. I am a board-certified art therapist and would love to help you create a new relationship with your experiences! See www.meganvanmeter.com for details about how I help helping professionals in Arizona, Indiana, and Texas.
As a therapist, you have to take creative steps to avoid compassion fatigue, vicarious traumatization, secondary traumatic stress, and burnout. Online art therapy can maximize your creative potential for building resilience in places where words can’t go. Please visit www.meganvanmeter.com to learn how I help therapists just like you shine brightly using their very own eyes and hands and the full-body wisdom they’re connected to. Isn’t it time for you to create a better outcome for yourself?