Art Experience Therapy

Marriage and Family Therapist & Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor located in Greater Los Angeles Area, Venice, CA

Art Experience Therapy services offered in Greater Los Angeles Area, Venice, CA

Art experience therapy offers numerous benefits for your mental health and wellness. In her Venice, California Art Studio-Playroom, or virtually via telehealth (we can deliver art materials or create patient illustrated books with chidkren and adults), licensed psychotherapist Judith Bin-Nun, PhD, MA, LMFT, LPCC, offers art experience therapy to help you creatively overcome stress, anxiety, depression, grief, or other mental health challenges. Call the Office Manager, Allison, at 310-301-9992 to learn more about your options and to make an appointment with Dr. Bin-Nun. 

Art Experience Therapy Q&A

What is art experience therapy?

Art experience therapy with Dr. Bin-Nun uses art to improve your mood, thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. She uses highly effective creative therapy methods in a warm, welcoming setting to help you overcome difficult life challenges and enjoy life to its fullest.

Who benefits from art experience therapy?

Art experience therapy is an exceptional mental health treatment for people struggling with:

  • Depression 
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
  • Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Anger management issues
  • School related issues
  • Marriage or family conflicts
  • Grief 
  • Insomnia
  • Panic disorder
  • Phobias
  • Eating disorders
  • Depression
  • Parenting issues
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Educational issues and friendship building for children and adolescents and college age students

You can also benefit from art experience therapy if you have a terminal illness or a debilitating chronic disease. 

Which art experience therapy options are available?

Some of the art experience therapy options available to you with the help of Dr. Bin-Nun include:


Castoffz-artful recycle therapy

If you’ve recently gotten a cast off after an injury, Castoffz-artful recycle therapy is a soothing, enjoyable experience. Dr. Bin-Nun helps you make a creative, beautiful sculpture out of your cast during psychotherapy sessions or simply as a fun way to obtain a souvenir that lasts a lifetime.


Pet memorial tables

If you’ve recently lost a pet and struggle with grief because of loss, Dr. Bin-Nun is here to help. She offers sessions in which you can bring a small used end table, of your choice, best with one drawer, and bring photos and quotes that reflect favorite memories of the deceased pet. The drawer within the table holds your pet’s leash, collar, or other significant items. You can also place an urn on the table after cremation.


Pet memory pillows

Pet memory pillows are custom-made and one-of-a-kind. They represent the face and body of your deceased pet, and you can hold the pillow close to your heart anytime you need comfort.


Gourd art

Examples of beautiful gourd art you can create with Dr. Bin-Nun include doll and mask making, gourd baskets, gourd rain sticks, jewelry, painting, basketry, and much more.


Group art therapy sessions are possible for children of similar age groups, contact us for more information. 

Dr. Bin-Nun offers individualized and group art classes based on your or a family member’s individualized needs.

You might follow up with Dr. Bin-Nun for additional art therapy sessions as needed to better overcome feelings of grief or other difficult situations and mental disorders. 

In addition to art therapy and psychotherapy sessions with Dr. Bin-Nun, you may also be a candidate for medication management (she offers referrals to Psychiatrists who are specialists), cooking therapy groups, play therapy, animal-assisted therapy, marriage counseling, or parent guidance counseling. She tailors each mental health treatment to your unique situation.

To learn more about art experience therapy with Judith Bin-Nun, PhD, MA, LMFT, LPCC, schedule a consultation by calling the Office Manager, Allison, at 310-301-9992.