HI, I AM JAMIE

 

Pre-Licensed Psychotherapist, Certified Yoga Teacher

I bring a calm presence, deep compassion, and sense of humor to my work with you. I believe in a holistic approach to healing and weave my areas of expertise in Therapeutic Arts Therapy, Nature-Based Therapy, and Mindfulness into the therapy process.

Jamie Winter, CYT

HI, I AM JAMIE

 

Pre-Licensed Psychotherapist, Certified Yoga Teacher

I bring a calm presence, deep compassion, and sense of humor to my work with you. I believe in a holistic approach to healing and weave my areas of expertise in Therapeutic Arts Therapy, Nature-Based Therapy, and Mindfulness into the therapy process.

More About Me

Background

I am in the process of completing my Master’s degree in Marriage, Couples, and Family Therapy and Art Therapy at Adler Graduate School in Minnesota. 

Before becoming a therapeutic arts psychotherapist, I worked as a professional artist, social worker, school-based therapeutic arts educator, nature-based educator, and yoga teacher. My job as a therapist allows me to combine my loves of art, nature, movement, and healing to facilitate connection and empower people and communities. 

I utilize the therapeutic modalities of therapeutic arts therapy, nature-based therapy, and traditional “talk” therapy to assist clients in exploring and processing barriers to what they’d like to do and how they’d like to be in the world. These issues include: grief and loss, anxiety, depression, trauma, gender and identity, as well as relationships with partners and family members. 

A session with me might look like incorporating some grounding breath work, creating process-based art, processing the things that are feeling most alive for you in session via talking and reflection, and perhaps learning a bit more about what your brain, body, and emotions are doing and why. 

Jamie offers 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 adults, adolescents, and children to explore and deepen connection to self and others. I am trained in individual, intergenerational, community trauma, healing, and empowerment.  I use a Person-Centered, Intersectional Feminist approach to the work that I do with you.

 

  • Healing Centered Engagement
  • LGBTQIA+ Affirmative 
  • Art Therapy
  • Nature Based Therapy
  • Mindfulness and Somatic Awareness
  • Community Trauma 
  • Gender and Identity Growth 
  • Grief and Loss 
  • Anxiety 
  • Depression 
  • Family Conflict and Communication 
  • Intergenerational Engagement and Healing
Personal Interests

When I am not at Invigorate, I enjoy being outdoors swimming, trail running, biking, or doing yoga. I also enjoy painting in my home art studio, reading with my furry family members, and cooking (or just eating!) delicious food.

Education, Trainings, and Affiliations
  • Candidate for Master of Arts Degree in Adlerian Counseling and Psychotherapy with an emphasis in Art therapy and Marriage, Couples, and Family Therapy, Adler Graduate School, Minnetonka, MN
  • Member, American Art Therapy Association
  • Member, North American Society of Adlerian Scholars
  • Certified Yoga, Meditation, and Mindfulness Teacher
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN
  • Ongoing Training at Somatic Wilderness Therapy Institute, Boulder, CO
  • Ongoing Anti-Racism work including co-facilitation of a White Accountability Group for Art Therapists
  • Ongoing training: Intersections between Neuroscience, Trauma, & Art Therapy
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More About Me

Background

I am in the process of completing my Master’s degree in Marriage, Couples, and Family Therapy and Art Therapy at Adler Graduate School in Minnesota. 

Before becoming a therapeutic arts psychotherapist, I worked as a professional artist, social worker, school-based therapeutic arts educator, nature-based educator, and yoga teacher. My job as a therapist allows me to combine my loves of art, nature, movement, and healing to facilitate connection and empower people and communities. 

I utilize the therapeutic modalities of therapeutic arts therapy, nature-based therapy, and traditional “talk” therapy to assist clients in exploring and processing barriers to what they’d like to do and how they’d like to be in the world. These issues include: grief and loss, anxiety, depression, trauma, gender and identity, as well as relationships with partners and family members. 

A session with me might look like incorporating some grounding breath work, creating process-based art, processing the things that are feeling most alive for you in session via talking and reflection, and perhaps learning a bit more about what your brain, body, and emotions are doing and why. 

Jamie offers 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 adults, adolescents, and children to explore and deepen connection to self and others. I am trained in individual, intergenerational, community trauma, healing, and empowerment.  I use a Person-Centered, Intersectional Feminist approach to the work that I do with you.

 

  • Healing Centered Engagement
  • LGBTQIA+ Affirmative 
  • Art Therapy
  • Nature Based Therapy
  • Mindfulness and Somatic Awareness
  • Community Trauma 
  • Gender and Identity Growth 
  • Grief and Loss 
  • Anxiety 
  • Depression 
  • Family Conflict and Communication 
  • Intergenerational Engagement and Healing
Personal Interests

When I am not at Invigorate, I enjoy being outdoors swimming, trail running, biking, or doing yoga. I also enjoy painting in my home art studio, reading with my furry family members, and cooking (or just eating!) delicious food.

Education, Trainings, and Affiliations
  • Candidate for Master of Arts Degree in Adlerian Counseling and Psychotherapy with an emphasis in Art therapy and Marriage, Couples, and Family Therapy, Adler Graduate School, Minnetonka, MN
  • Member, American Art Therapy Association
  • Member, North American Society of Adlerian Scholars
  • Certified Yoga, Meditation, and Mindfulness Teacher
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN
  • Ongoing Training at Somatic Wilderness Therapy Institute, Boulder, CO
  • Ongoing Anti-Racism work including co-facilitation of a White Accountability Group for Art Therapists
  • Ongoing training: Intersections between Neuroscience, Trauma, & Art Therapy

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