Savannah Flores is a graduate of the Adler School of Professional Psychology where she received her Masters in Counseling Psychology and Art Therapy. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a registered Art Therapist. Her Masters training and post
graduate experience includes clinical work in trauma, suicidal ideation, and chronic illness, working with adolescents, adults, and families on medical psychiatric floors at Rush Medical University and Thorek Memorial Hospital. She also has experience working with refugees and LGBTQ communities.
She is passionate about using art as a form of communication. She believes this process innately allows deep thoughts and feelings to be
expressed. Using this creative intuition can convey the truth of your experience in a completely new and transformative way. Art Therapy teaches us to witness rather than make judgments and when we put aside ideas of what art should look like we are more likely to bypass our tendencies to analyze and defend. We all have a creative voice and with that voice you will be able to experience an empowering discovery of yourself and improve your ability to make conscious choices for growth and healing.
Consider working with Savannah for:
- chronic pain
- suicidal ideation
- sexual identity
- creative expression
- lifestyle balance
- personal growth