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Amy DiGennaro

Lyn-LAke Psychotherapy & Wellness
Lyn-Lake Blg, 621 W. Lake St, Suite 210
Minneapolis, MN 55408
P: 612-326-0725
F: 612-486-8800
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Amy DiGennaro
Art Therapist/Psychotherapist

Amy DiGennaro, MFA, MA, AT is an artist and therapist who helps people create the lives they want to live using creative expression in therapeutic and educational ways. For almost twenty years, she has worked as a university art professor and artist mentor helping people connect with their creative vision and develop their skills. In her professional studio practice, Amy has explored the ways that experience is lived through stories and how those stories create meaning in our lives.  Amy has an MFA in Studio art from Rutgers University and an MA in Counseling and Psychotherapy from Adler Graduate School.

 

As a therapist, Amy helps people to develop meaningful relationships with their problems in order to transform difficulties into creative projects that move them towards their preferred ways of living and being. Amy is passionate about co-creating a world of possibilities and positive growth to foster well-being in the people who come to consult with her. Amy offers various forms of counseling to help you connect to what you give value to, focusing on your beliefs, knowledge, and abilities to work through struggles and build the life you want to live. 

 

Do you have to be an artist or artistic to work with Amy? No! She offers a wide range of approaches that can, but doesn't have to, include creative expression in its many forms. Working from a postmodern, social-justice perspective, Amy uses a positive, strengths-based approach to help you create meaningful relationships with your problems in order to relate to them in preferred ways. Amy’s main practices are narrative and art therapies, but she is also interested in mindfulness practices, body-based approaches, and lifelong learning. Amy works with individuals (adults, children, adolescents) and relationships (couples and family) and also offers consultation, mentoring, and coaching.

 

Many people see Amy for talk therapy rather than art therapy.

For more informations, see Amy's website: http://www.amydigennaro.com

 

For more information or  to schedule an appointment, 

call: (612)326-0725 or email: art_therapy@amydigennaro.com

 

Amy works out of the following locations:

(Most insurances taken. Self-pay only. Cash, credit cards and checks also accepted.)
 
and
 
(Self-pay only. Cash, credit cards and checks accepted.) 

DETAILS

Office

Other Credentials
BLS (Basic Life Saving) for Healthcare; Narrative Therapy

Memberships
AATA (American Art Therapy Association); MNATA (Minneosta Art Therapy Association)

Degrees
  • MA, Adlerian Counseling and Psychotherapy, Adler Graduate School, MN
  • Certificate in Narrative Therapy, EFTC (Evanston Family Therapy Center), IL
  • MFA, Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University, NJ

Licensed by
MN Board of Marriage & Family Therapy

Licensed type
LAMFT

Languages Spoken:
English

Gender
CISF

Parking
Yes

Price range
$90-$160 (Negotiated Fee possible)

Payment Options

Private Payment
Private Insurance
Public Insurance
Sliding Scale Payment
Credit Cards Accepted
Student Discount
Senior Discount
Price Range: $90-$160 (Negotiated Fee possible)

SERVICES

Focus
I am an artist/therapist who offers various forms of counseling to help you connect to what you give value to, focusing on your beliefs, knowledge, and abilities to work through struggles and build the life you want to live. I take a positive, strengths-based approach to help you create meaningful relationships with your problems in order to relate to them in preferred ways. Together we can transform difficulties into creative projects that move you towards your preferred ways of being. My main practices are art and narrative therapies, but I am also interested in mindfulness practices, body-based approaches, and lifelong learning. I am committed to approaching all the work I do with an anti-racist, social justice approach that also blends my interests in the intersections of those areas with things like Buddhist, feminist/queer/post-structuralist and narrative philosophies and therapies.

Orientations
Narrative therapy; Art therapy; Mindfulness practices

Conditions / Issues

Addictions
Adolescent
Alternative Lifestyles
Anger Management
Anxiety/Panic
Children
Life Coaching
Codependency
Crisis Counseling
Depression
Divorce Counseling
Eating Disorders
Employment
Family
Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual
Grief/Loss
Issues Of Abuse
Life Transitions
Meditation
Mens Issues
Parenting
PTSD
Relationship/Marriage Counseling
Selfesteem/Growth
Sex Therapy
Sexual Abuse
Step/Blended Families
Stress
Womens Issues

Sessions

Coaching
Psychotherapy/Counseling

Treatment Modalities

Alternative
Cognitive/Behavioral (CBT)
Coaching
Eclectic
Experiential Therapy
Family
Holistic Treatment

Populations Served

Adolescent (11-19)
Adult
Children (under 11)
Co-ed
Family
LGBT
Men
Over 65
Women

Please call or email me to schedule an appointment. I work out of two locations: The Creative Arts Therapy Collaborative of Minneosta (CATCMN) The Ivy Building 2637 27th Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55406 (No private insurance accepted at this location.) and Franklin Family Services 5009 Excelsior Blvd #134 St. Louis Park, MN 54116 (Most insurances taken at this location.)

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Last Update: Wed September 28, 2016 14:29:39