HI, I AM Corilyn ​(she/her)

 

PRE-LICENSED ART THERAPIST

I bring a holistic and human approach. Together we explore creative solutions to healing, finding balance, and moving more intentionally through the world. 

Corilyn Wagner, MA

HI, I AM Corilyn ​(she/her)

 

PRE-LICENSED ART THERAPIST

Corilyn Wagner, MA

I bring a holistic and human approach. Together we explore creative solutions to healing, finding balance, and moving more intentionally through the world. 

More About Me

Background

I completed my Master’s degree in Clinical Counseling and Art Therapy at Adler Graduate School in Minnesota.

In my sessions with clients, I blend art therapy, talk therapy, and mindfulness practices. I am wholehearted in my work and strive for authentic connection with my clients. Together we will work towards your therapeutic goals with creativity, warmth, and openness.

 I have found that art making can be used to gain greater self-understanding, explore narratives about ourselves and our lives, and identify our preferred ways of being in the world. Art therapy allows complex feelings, thoughts, and experiences to be expressed and honored in verbal and non-verbal ways. Art making has been transformative in my life and I am grateful to have the opportunity to share this process with my clients.

I offer online and in person sessions at the St. Paul office. To learn more about what an art therapy appointment might be like click here.

Specialties

I enjoy working with adolescents, adults, and families. My clinical areas of interest include grief and loss, life transitions, and trauma. In sessions, clients with loss and trauma can expect to explore the big questions about who we are, what has happened to us, and how we will move forward in our lives. I also specialize in anxiety, depression, ADHD, complex family dynamics, deepening relationships, breaking down creative blocks, engaging the mind-body connection, and addressing substance use and recovery. If this is your first time working with an art therapist, I might be a good fit to ease into using expressive processing in therapy.

  • Healing Centered Engagement
  • Art Therapy
  • Mindfulness
  • Grief and Loss
  • Life Transitions
  • Trauma
  • Families, complex family dynamics
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • ADHD (particularly later in life diagnosis)
  • Substance Use and Recovery
  • Self-exploration and Identity
  • Somatically informed practices (mind body connection)
  • Yoga Movement
  • LGBTQIA+
Personal Interests

When I am not at Invigorate, I spend my time making art, listening to audiobooks and podcasts, going to a yoga class, and spending time with my three Italian Greyhounds.

Education, Trainings, and Affiliations
  • Master of Arts Degree in Adlerian Counseling and Psychotherapy with an emphasis in Art therapy and Clinical Mental Health CounselingMarriage, Adler Graduate School, Minnetonka, MN
  • Member, American Art Therapy Association
  • Certified Yoga Teacher

More About Me

Background

I completed my Master’s degree in Clinical Counseling and Art Therapy at Adler Graduate School in Minnesota.

In my sessions with clients, I blend art therapy, talk therapy, and mindfulness practices. I am wholehearted in my work and strive for authentic connection with my clients. Together we will work towards your therapeutic goals with creativity, warmth, and openness.

 I have found that art making can be used to gain greater self-understanding, explore narratives about ourselves and our lives, and identify our preferred ways of being in the world. Art therapy allows complex feelings, thoughts, and experiences to be expressed and honored in verbal and non-verbal ways. Art making has been transformative in my life and I am grateful to have the opportunity to share this process with my clients.

I offer online and in person sessions at the St. Paul office. To learn more about what an art therapy appointment might be like click here.

Specialties

I enjoy working with adolescents, adults, and families. My clinical areas of interest include grief and loss, life transitions, and trauma. In sessions, clients with loss and trauma can expect to explore the big questions about who we are, what has happened to us, and how we will move forward in our lives. I also specialize in anxiety, depression, ADHD, complex family dynamics, deepening relationships, breaking down creative blocks, engaging the mind-body connection, and addressing substance use and recovery. If this is your first time working with an art therapist, I might be a good fit to ease into using expressive processing in therapy.

  • Healing Centered Engagement
  • Art Therapy
  • Mindfulness
  • Grief and Loss
  • Life Transitions
  • Trauma
  • Families, complex family dynamics
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • ADHD (particularly later in life diagnosis)
  • Substance Use and Recovery
  • Self-exploration and Identity
  • Somatically informed practices (mind body connection)
  • Yoga Movement
  • LGBTQIA+
Personal Interests

When I am not at Invigorate, I spend my time making art, listening to audiobooks and podcasts, going to a yoga class, and spending time with my three Italian Greyhounds.

Education, Trainings, and Affiliations
  • Master of Arts Degree in Adlerian Counseling and Psychotherapy with an emphasis in Art therapy and Clinical Mental Health CounselingMarriage, Adler Graduate School, Minnetonka, MN
  • Member, American Art Therapy Association
  • Certified Yoga Teacher

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