[Ark • e • us] the vital principle that, according to Paracelsians, directs and maintains the growth and continuation of living beings.
Jill Ruby-Wahba, is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (85894) and Registered Art Therapist (ATCB13-001) who provides therapy to children, teenagers and adults. She utilizes a combination of art therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy and psychodynamic psychotherapy to treat depression, anxiety, complex trauma, grief, self-esteem and relationship issues.
One of Jill’s primary techniques, Clinical Art Therapy, is a widely accepted treatment, demonstrated by studies to be an effective treatment technique for a diverse range of mental health issues including: trauma, depression, and anxiety. Art Therapy is especially beneficial for accessing and healing deeply rooted experiences and beliefs when conflict or pain is too great, or words are inaccessible.
With Jill’s assistance, you will develop skills to gain self-confidence, improve your relationships and gain a better understanding of how your patterns of thoughts, feelings and behaviors get in the way of your opportunities to thrive. She will help you learn to recognize, manage and understand reactions that arise during the process, while practicing ways to diminish their interference in your everyday life. Heal, create and enjoy healthy relationships, despite past experiences that negatively affect you!.
Specialties: art therapy, children and adolescents, couples and marriage therapy, premarital counseling, relationships issues, parenting issues
Insurance Accepted: Optum, United Health Care, most PPO plans