Mary has worked in Expressive Arts for over 15 years says, "I am so very grateful to be able to use what I have learned to promote healing and well being through visual art."
Mary's approach to facilitating art therapy allows participants to comfortably consider an idea - sometimes sparked by open-ended conversation. During her sessions, the setting becomes a relaxed, safe space of reflection and self expression. In this supportive atmosphere, creative thoughts and visualizations can evolve and be brought to life!
Mary lives with her husband of 46 years and their precious dog Kato. She plays guitar, loves to cook, read, create jewelry and takes great joy in exploring nature.