Centered: Therapeutic CLAY Services

Research demonstrates the value of experiential art in therapeutic settings.

Making pottery is calming, but also requires concentration, focus, patience, and problem solving.

At Full-Circle Pottery, participants are able to practice and hone these skills in a non-judgmental atmosphere.  Most enjoy the experience and taking home the tangible results of their efforts.

Pottery sessions are facilitated by Liz Rosenblatt, PsyD., a licensed clinical psychologist, and Patty Housen, PhD.

Sessions can be designed around the needs and interests of participants of all ages, as well as groups and families.

Some participants may choose to explore their lives through hand-building and storytelling in interactive, collaborative art-based groups. Others may wish to begin learning the art and craft of throwing on the pottery wheel, a meditative process requiring intense focus on the matter at hand.

Regardless of their choice, facilitators provide participants with a positive studio environment, and use a specific step-by-step, one-on-one method of pottery instruction that emphasizes the importance of questioning, listening and learning together.

Please call 310-502-3115 for information.