Fran Miller Ph.D. - Licensed Psychologist

Creativity

One of the primary goals of psychotherapy is the manifestation of the unique individual self. Creativity is an integral part of each persons unique self, and it can evolve simultaneously with the integration and development of the self.

Components of working on creativity include: exploration of creative blocks, development of self esteem, focus on creative talents, decisions regarding artistic media, formulation of specific projects, support for perseverance with your artistic projects, and sharing in the enjoyment of creative productions.

I am rewarded by the process of the emerging self, and I enjoy supporting and encouraging the expression of creativity. Blocks and barriers can be overcome and the results of the creative process are exciting to both the client and to myself as therapist. I would enjoy working with you on your psychological development as well as your creative expression.