Clinical Art Therapy

Clinical Art Therapy incorporates painting, drawing, sculpture, and other types of art creation into the session, as a tool for communication and treatment. Because it reaches beyond words, it is often effective in helping to convey underlying emotions and difficulties.

Art expression requires no artistic ability, and can be effective with anyone.


Barbra Danin, LMFT, Clinical Art Therapist

Barbra trained as an art therapist at Loyola Marymount University, and has been treating children, individuals and families with Art therapy for over 30 years. She has taught Art Therapy courses to graduate students, and has lectured nationally and internationally on the practice of Art Therapy.

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» Contact Barbra at or (314) 477-8585.

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