Will Holloway is a Licensed Creative Arts Therapist and Psychotherapist whose practice is entirely remote. He works with adolescents, adults, couples, and families. The majority of his clients have anxiety or depression, but he also sees individuals who are navigating life transitions, relationship challenges, abuse, trauma, and identity challenges. Will also works with clients who are looking to manage the stress of living in New York City.
Will draws heavily from mindfulness techniques, talking about what's going on in the body and facilitating a conversation with clients about how to talk about what they’re sensing and feeling. He is trained in somatic psychology and supports clients in identifying the connection between thoughts, emotions, and sensations in the body in order to gain a deeper awareness of the self. His approach is trauma-informed, including in topics around attachment and emotional regulation. Through his work, he carefully helps clients unpack traumatic memories and assists them in developing inner resources in order to heal.
Will completed his graduate degree at New York University and completed additional postgraduate psychotherapy training at The Nativa Bezerra Institute which focused on somatic psychotherapy. He also holds a national board certification in Music Therapy and is completing advanced training in Mindful Awareness in Body Therapy (MABT).