Mindfulness Art Therapy


Mindfulness meet creativity! If you're seeking a safe space to explore mindfulness practices while tending your creative spirit, you've come to the right place.

In our weekly 60-minute online mindfulness art therapy group for women, we blend the transformative powers of meditation, breath-work, and art therapy to offer a holistic approach to stress relief and self-discovery. Led by a licensed art therapist (that's me!), each session is carefully crafted to provide you with practical exercises, tools to try at home, and unwavering support from fellow group members.

What sets us apart? Well, beyond just guiding you through mindfulness techniques, I bring a unique blend of expertise in art therapy and a deep understanding of the female psyche. As someone who's walked the path of healing myself, I'm deeply passionate about empowering women to tap into their inner strength, find healing through creativity, and cultivate a sense of peace and balance in their lives. NO TALENT OR PREVIOUS ART EXPERIENCE REQUIRED. I promise!

So, if you're ready to embark on a journey of self-discovery, stress relief, and community support, I invite you to join our mindful art therapy group. Let's create space for growth, healing, and connection together.

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Group Therapist

Maggi Colwell is a Jungian oriented art therapist in private practice. She specializes in working with overachieving women who consider themselves people-pleasers, perfectionists, and caretakers. Maggi takes her clients further in therapy by utilizing a depth therapy approach. Clients resolve regrets, make sense of the past, and get control over how past experiences are affecting current situations. Maggi works with clients to create individualized treatment for each client that goes beyond dry, manualized programs. This approach utilizes theories of Carl Jung in which the images from clients’ artwork and dreams are used to inform the course of therapy as an effective way to treat trauma and express complex emotions.

Depth art psychotherapy treats trauma by engaging with the visual and emotional centers of the brain. Persistent and repetitive nightmares can change with this treatment approach so that clients can metabolize these nightly messages rather than running from these scary symptoms.

In therapy, Maggi helps clients become more comfortable with physical symptoms and sensations to get out of their head and into their bodies. Maggi does this with art therapy, guided meditation, and grounding, focusing exercises. From there, Maggi explores with clients their values, and helps them get their unspoken needs met and gain a sense of guided purpose. These needs may include setting limits, trusting their intuition, life satisfaction, rest, and eliminating burnout.

In addition to art therapy training, Maggi has several years of training in dream work and archetypes. They are continuing this training as a training candidate with the CG Jung Institute Zurich.

Maggi works with people online in New York and Delaware Mondays through Thursdays. Contact Maggi for specific time availability.

Maggi Colwell

Maggi Colwell is a therapist in Delaware specializing in childhood trauma, suicidal ideation, shame, perfectionism, Complex PTSD (C-PTSD), and dreamwork.

Thursdays 9:30am-10:30am

New York (Online)