Expressive Arts Therapy, Training and consultaton

Creative Awakening Where creativity and spirituality meet

Drawing Your Soul The Experience of Touch Drawing

The Seven Essential Needs Creating a Life Where all of Your Needs are Met

"A dream you dream alone is only a dream. A dream you dream together is a reality "       ~John Lennon

​​Current and Upcoming Groups:

 Expressive Arts in Groups

Are you yearning to connect with your Creative Self?

Because it is waiting to connect with you!

Everything you need to nurture your Creative Self is here:

  • The space
  • The materials
  • Time keeping (so you don’t have to!)
  • Warm-ups to get you into your creative FLOW
  • Introduction to new art forms and paths to creativity
  • Inspiration, connection and support from others
  • Opportunities to reflect and gain personal insights from your work
  • Support in nurturing your Creativity every day!

How you know you are ready to start your Creative Time:

  • The idea of it excites you!
  • Once you are warmed up you are comfortable creating independently

LOCATION: 2456 Lafayette Rd. Suite 12 Portsmouth, NH
COST: $60 per session (or 3 session pass for $150)
Facilitators: Adrienne Cress, LCMHC, REAT and Ellen Hirshberg, LCMHC

DROP-IN on any of our May Creative Times:
     Tuesday May 8 10:30am – 12:30pm
     Wednesday May 16 9:30-11:30am
     Wednesday May 23 9:30 – 11:30am
     Tuesday May 29 9:30-11:30am

"I'm Not the Only One" An expressive arts therapy group for Teens ages 14-17

Creative Time A Guided Open Studio

The ART of Chronic Illness​    Change the Way you Live with Chronic Illness

In the safe setting that we establish together,  expressive arts groups can be a powerful and healing  experience. They offer the opportunity to be seen and heard in a way that nurtures connection and belonging. Check in regularly for new groups offerings or "like" us on Facebook  at https://www.facebook.com/SeacoastExpressiveArts 

​​Previous Offerings:

When the World Gets Overwhelming An expressive arts therapy group for "highly sensitive" middle school girls

ADRIENNE CRESS