The process is one of curiosity and compassion. The space is sacred.
It is my belief that with support and opportunities for self-expression all of us can grow into healthier, happier, more connected individuals. I integrate somatic and creative interventions with talk therapy to provide clients with opportunities for increased self-awareness, emotional resilience, and self-compassion. My approach is holistic; believing that mind/body/spirit and past/present/future are inextricably linked. Therapy is a journey we embark on together with an attitude of compassion and curiosity. The process will be guided by your needs. Sessions are offered in-person or via tele-therapy.
Licensed Creative Arts Therapist / Psychotherapist
I am a licensed, board-certified art therapist in New York City (ATR-BC, LCAT). My experience includes work with anxiety, depression, trauma, life transitions, grief, eating disorders, and addictions. I am also an Adjunct Assistant Professor and Clinical Supervisor in the graduate Creative Arts Therapy department at Pratt Institute. I hold a Masters degree in Art Therapy and Creativity Development from Pratt Institute.
CERTIFICATIONS & TRAININGS
2023 Embodied Recovery for Eating Disorders - Informed (Tier 1)
2022 Certification in Sensorimotor Art Therapy
2021 Certification in Somatic Embodiment & Regulations Strategies
2020 Certification in Grief Counseling
2020 Psychedelic-Assisted Psychotherapy Training
2018 Internal Family Systems Online Circle Training (IFS-Informed)
2018 Complicated Grief and Creative Arts Therapies Training
AATA - American Art Therapy Association
ATCB - Art Therapy Credentials Board
IAEDP - International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals
Why Art Therapy?
It can help with
Being creative can lead to greater joy, calm, clarity, self-discovery, and self-acceptance.
Tuning into the senses is an inherent part of being creative. Practicing mindful presence has been proven to decrease anxiety and depression.
No art experience is needed, just a willingness to stay curious, explore, and build self-compassion
Art therapy offers the opportunity to release what’s held in the body, leading to greater nervous system regulation and healing. Words alone are often not enough.
A supportive space for intense emotions, as well as an opportunity to honor those you've lost.
Art therapy groups and creative workshops provide a safe space for authentic connection.
“Working with Shannon has helped me see my life experiences with so much more perspective. My inner critic is a lot less loud these days, thankfully!”
Groups & Workshops
Creatively Connecting Women's Support Group
Online support group for ages 21+, Mondays 5-6 EST
If you've been wishing for a supportive community of women and a chance to tap into your creative spirit, this is the group for you! You will be given a weekly creative prompt to complete prior to group using art materials of your choice. We will then come together to share our images and experiences. No art experience necessary, just the courage to express yourself! Creative prompt and Zoom link will be sent upon receipt of Venmo to Shannon-Bradley-6. Sliding scale $30-$50, as you are able. Group size limited to 6. A 6 week commitment is preferred. RSVP or inquire via the 'Contact' page.
Creatively Connecting & Coping for Clinicians
Online support group for clinicians, Fridays from 10-11 EST
This is an opportunity to share our experiences of life and work, and to take care of ourselves by creating and connecting. Open to therapists, creative arts therapists, registered dietitians, and other mental health professionals. You will be given a creative prompt to complete prior to group. We will come together to share our images and experiences. No art experience necessary, just the courage to express yourself. Creative prompt and Zoom link will be sent upon receipt of Venmo to Shannon-Bradley-6. Sliding scale $30-$50, as you are able. Group size limited to 6. RSVP or inquire via the 'Contact' page.
Painting to Plant Music in the Community Garden
A Community Garden Fundraiser, Sunday, May 7th 10-11 am
Welcome spring with this meditative, creative experience, painting to plant music in the Myrtle Village Green Community Garden, 638 Myrtle Ave. Brooklyn. All materials provided, and no art experience needed, just the willingness to experiment. Suggested donation is $30 and all donations go to supporting Myrtle Village Green. Space is limited. RSVP or inquire via the 'Contact' page.
Fees & Insurance
Individual psychotherapy is $200 for a 50 minute session. A limited number of sliding scale slots are also available. I am an in-network provider with Cigna. For all other insurances clients will be required to self-pay, and receipts will be provided for potential out-of-network benefits. I encourage you to check with your insurance prior to beginning sessions to confirm your coverage or to inquire about sliding scale options.
373 Broadway Ste. B05, New York, NY 10013