Tonja Graves is a Children's Art Therapist who received a Master of Professional Studies in Art Therapy and Creativity Development from Pratt Art Institute in New York as well as a Master of Fine Art in Visual Arts from Azusa Pacific University in California. She specializes in Art Therapy for Children ages 4 – 12.
“I am passionate about leading Art Therapy clients into a space that helps heal and repair trauma. Art Therapy is about teaching individuals to observe through creativity and then respond. I work to meet clients’ needs by finding connections and opportunities to expand self-discovery and human understanding. Drawing on an array of experiences, I have employed an interdisciplinary therapeutic approach to accomplish these goals, and I desire the opportunity to empower others through this.”
Learn more by going to our CNMA Art Therapy page where you'll find out:
What is Art Therapy?
Who can benefit from Art Therapy?
What if I'm not good at any art?
What is the goal of Art Therapy?
What do you do in Art Therapy?
You can also learn more about Tonja from CNMA's recent interview with her, just click here.
Tonja Graves, Art Therapist, is available to support clients (adult, child, and teens too) all across the Front Range of Colorado including Castle Rock, Parker, Colorado Springs, Monument, Highlands Ranch, Sedalia, and other surrounding areas.