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Help is all around you

This is an ever-expanding list of resources for body, mind & spirit. Some of them may be a good fit for you, and some may not. Seattle Expressive Art Therapy does not profit from your relationship to any of these organizations, and cannot be held liable for your experience with any of them. We all have different needs, wants, and goals...so choose anything in life with your discretion and your gut.

​​Art Therapy: Art Therapy education & resources for finding an Art Therapist
The Art Therapy Credentials Board: Learn about the field of Art Therapy and find a credentialed Art Therapist
Antioch University Seattle: Art Therapy Degree Program 
Bloom Counseling: Art Therapy & Training in art therapy
Evergreen Art Therapy Association: Washington state chapter of the American Art Therapy Association
International Expressive Arts Therapy Association: The official site of the International Expressive Arts Therapy Association

Arts Organizations (local & beyond)
Art is NOT an Option: An innovative art program designed to provide studio workshops to artists with disabilities and arrange opportunities to showcase artwork in the community.
Arts Corps: Youth-based art programs that embrace arts education in the context of social change.
Art with Heart: A nonprofit whose mission is to help children overcome trauma through creative expression

Foundation for Hospital Art: The Foundation for Hospital Art was officially established in 1984 and is dedicated to involving patients and volunteers worldwide to create colorful, soothing artwork donated to hospitals to help soften the often stressful hospital experience.

Museum of Special Art: MOSA is a nonprofit corporation developed to meet the current needs of children and adults with disabilities by providing access to the visual arts, educational opportunities, career development, art internships and work opportunities for artists with disabilities. 
Path with Art:  Path with Art transforms the lives of people recovering from homelessness, addiction, and other trauma by harnessing the power of creative engagement as a bridge to community and a path to stability.
Sanctuary Art Center: A safe, warm and calm environment for homeless and street involved youth to experience creativity and success through relationship-based artistic programs.

Body, Mind & Spirit
Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology: The official site for the Association of Comprehensive Energy Psychology

Bastyr Center for Natural Health: The teaching clinic of Bastyr University offers a variety of health care services, including low-cost counseling

Bastyr UniversityThe world-leading Health Sciences University, offering undergraduate and graduate degrees, as well as Continuing Education for professionals and the general community
Cancer Lifeline: Provides emotional support, resources, educational classes and exercise programs designed to support people in all stages of the cancer process (services are free of charge)
​Cancer Pathways: Non-profit support network for the families and friends of those living with cancer, including classes, support groups, and more (services are free of charge)
Country Doctor | Community Health Centers: Improves the health of our community by providing high-quality, caring, culturally appropriate primary health care
Crisis Clinic: Offers telephone-based crisis intervention and information and referrals to community services for youth and adults in Seattle-King County, WA
Dr. Wayne Dyer: Dr. Wayne Dyer was an internationally renowned author and speaker in the fields of self-development and spiritual growth.
Greater Good Science Center Greater Good Science Center studies the psychology, sociology, and neuroscience of well-being, and teaches skills that foster a thriving, resilient, and compassionate society.
Harmony Hill: Harmony Hill Cancer, Healing & Survivorship retreats provide support to enhance, not replace, conventional medical treatment. 
Peaceful Warrior: Author and speaker, Dan Millman, offers practical wisdom for finding peace through action, self-care, compassion, and mindfulness
Real Food + Real Beauty: The counseling practice of Dr. Sibel Golden, PhD, LMHC, REAT, focusing on working with women who want to make peace with emotional eating, embrace intuitive and mindful eating, and find deep body acceptance, self-acceptance and self- compassion
Seattle Alcoholics Anonymous: A directory of the more than 1300 weekly AA meetings in the Greater Seattle area; updated monthly
Seattle Counseling Services: Seattle Counseling Service is a community based organization that is dedicated to promoting health and wellness within the LGBTQ community.
Seattle Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Prevention: The City of Seattle works to keep all adults and children safe from domestic violence and sexual assault

Seattle Narcotics Anonymous:  Meetings and support for staying clean from substance use.

Volunteer Opportunities: any organization listed on this page may be a great place to volunteer, and you can also use these search engines to find places that are looking for help.
Idealist: ​Nonprofit listings for jobs, internships, and volunteer opportunities
VolunteerMatch: Find volunteer opportunities in your area