Taylor Sophia Skaar, LPC-S
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Taylor Sophia Skaar, Licensed Professional Counselor - Creative Psychotherapies of Austin TX
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Taylor will give a presentation on Visual Journaling at
Creating Mental Health

An Art Therapy Mini-Conference

Friday April 18, 2014
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Room 501 of the Lampasas Building
on the campus of Texas State University
in San Marcos, Texas

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Creating Mental Health Logo This is event is free and open to the public, but seating is limited.

RSVP to cegallery@txstate.edu to ensure a seat.

Taylor's topic will be
Joys and Surprises of Visual Journaling

Words, words, words, I’m so sick of words...

The therapeutic value of talk therapy, journaling, and
writing diaries, letters and memoirs is well documented.
But some clients can talk themselves in circles, or
decline to write in journals for fear of the words being
discovered by others.

Visual journaling is an alternate approach to
revealing unconscious, deep emotions, unexamined thoughts and
surprising insights. It’s cheap, easy, can be done alone or in a group
and requires only a few tools. Only the visual journalist can interpret
the meaning and most of all, it is FUN! Make your first visual journal
entry during this session.

Taylor Skaar brings a background of teaching, training, writing, and
counseling to her work with clients in Wimberley, Texas. For 12 years,
she provided therapy for victims of domestic violence and sexual
assault. In her private practice, Creative Psychotherapies, she offers a
variety of creative activities including play therapy, sand tray therapy,
visual arts and creative approaches to talk therapy. She also supervises
LPC interns.