A Mindful & Bodyful Approach to Recovery — Zencare

A Mindful & Bodyful Approach to Recovery


This is a harm reduction group aimed at helping members find tools and community support to break

unhelpful habits and find greater life satisfaction.

Members will be encouraged to get back in touch with their bodies through mindfulness &

bodyfulness approaches as well as psychotherapeutic discussions. These techniques have been

shown to be greatly effective in helping individuals reduce their use in substances. No dance or

movement experience is required. No extra space is required beyond what is available to you

Group Therapist

Welcome to Creative Now Therapy. We offer individual, couples, + group therapy. Our therapists are: Cristina - she/they, Autumn - she/her, Ariel - they/them, + Krisja - she/they. We believe you can live your life more fully - that you can become more comfortable with the uncertain + that you can take those risky steps forward into an ever-shifting landscape.

Our holistic approach uses mindfulness, body awareness, + creative interventions to enhance your ability to get your needs met + to feel more at ease in the world. We'll guide you to tune into your body, beliefs, + patterns. This will support you in developing greater emotional presence + tolerance, + help you move more fluidly through difficult life circumstances. We are trained in talk therapy, art therapy, + body-centered/somatic psychotherapy to help you tap into core issues. We believe through creative interventions and attending to your body, you can generate more understanding of your struggles in order to enact behavior change and growth.

Clinical Director at CNT, Cristina Maria Fort Garcés, LCAT, has specialized in using somatic + creative interventions to approach adults experiencing significant life events + transitions for 14yrs+.

Psychotherapist, Autumn Potter, LCAT, is an expert with children, adolescents, + young adults. She has a decade of experience working as a teacher + actor. This has informed her ability to engage people safely + with compassion in the creative process.

Psychotherapist, Ariel Roland Waring, LCAT, works individually with children, adolescents, + adults. They specialize in working with queer, trans, GNC, + BIPOC folks who've experienced: trauma, abuse, depression, need assistance navigating non-monogamous relationships, + want to explore gender identity + sexuality.

Somatic Psychotherapist, Krisja Hendricks, LCAT + R-DMT, specializes in working with couples + group clients with conflict, anxiety, depression, addiction, + LGBTQIA+ dynamics.

Creative Now Therapy

Creative Now Therapy is a group practice in New York specializing in anxiety, depression, identity issues, existential concerns, Gestalt/Somatic Psychotherapy, and Creative Arts Psychotherapy, Art & Movement.


New York (Online)