JENNIFER ATLAS LCAT
Adults & Teens
East Norwich, NY
New York & Connecticut
I specialize in a creative integrative approach to psychotherapy, offering compassionate and individualized support for my clients. My goal is to empower individuals to explore their inner worlds, access creativity, and discover new paths to growth and healing. Utilizing art therapy, talk therapy, EMDR, nature therapy, mindfulness, and somatic practices, I promote holistic healing from trauma and the development of new coping skills. I believe that therapy is not about fixing oneself but revolves around cultivating strengths and creating space for transformative changes aligned with desired ways of life. This process involves confronting life challenges while simultaneously healing from the past. Providing a warm and non-judgmental atmosphere to encourage the exploration of emotions and foster overall well-being; I help with navigating life transitions, overcoming feelings of being stuck or overwhelmed, improving relationships, and addressing challenges such as anxiety, depression, addiction, trauma/PTSD and more.
Contact me today to schedule a free 15min phone consultation and discover how I can help.
Art therapy is a form of psychotherapy that uses a range of art materials and methods-including painting, drawing, sculpture, and collage, to help you express and process thoughts, feelings, and memories in ways that words alone cannot. Art therapy is an expressive and supportive way to explore your inner self and improve your overall well-being.
Jennifer Atlas is a therapist & artist based in New York. Her knowledge and expertise in visual art and mental health allows her to integrate her experience to help her clients achieve their therapeutic goals. She has a BFA from Maryland Institute of Fine Art and an MFA from San Francisco Art Institute, and received her master’s in creative arts therapy from Hofstra University. With over a decade of clinical experience, she has worked with all ages and from a variety of backgrounds in community and hospital settings, including psychiatric units and substance use/addiction treatment. She has post graduate training in EMDR, sensorimotor art therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, trauma informed expressive arts therapy, nature/eco therapy, motivational interviewing and more. Licensed in the states of New York and Connecticut, she is also a nationally registered-board certified art therapist by the Art Therapy Credentials Board. She is a member of the American Art Therapy Association, the New York Art Therapy Association, and is a LBTQIA+ community ally, dedicated to providing a safe and welcoming space for all.