Lily Jiménez-Dabdoub

Neurolotus Art Therapy, Avenue du Parc, Montréal, QC, Canada

Clientèle cible :

Adolescents 12-18, Adultes, Aînés, Enfants 6-12, Groupes, Jeunes adultes 18-25

Expertises :

Troubles psychologiques :

Autre(s) lieu(x) de pratique :

Milton Parc, 2 blocks away from Metro Place des Arts Waiting list - please book a free 20-minute consultation to find out if we are a match for your therapeutic needs and goals.

Approches et techniques privilégiées :

decolonial intersectional feminism - decolonial therapeutic practice

Approches art-thérapeutiques :

Approche studio (non directive), Approche éducative par l’art, Centrée sur le processus artistique, ETC (Expressive Therapies Continuum), Somatic Embodiment

Approches thérapies créatives :

Approche par la thérapie par le jeu, Danse mouvement thérapie, Art therapy

Diplômes et certifications professionnels :

Graduate Education
2021 - Masters of Arts in Creative Arts Therapies Art Therapy option, Concordia University
2015 - Masters of Science in Music, Mind and Brain, Goldsmiths University of London, UK

Undergraduate Education
2014 - Bachelors (Honours) Psychology, National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), Mexico

Continuing Education
2023 - Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association/CCPA Continuing Education webinars
2022 - Expressive Therapies Trauma-Informed practices (Cathi Malchiodi CE course)
2012 - Diploma in Museums, Education and Entertainment, UNAM, Mexico

Formation(s) complémentaire(s) :

2017 - Introductory course on Arts Psychotherapies, University of Roehampton, UK

2017- Introduction to Art Therapy, British Association of Art Therapy (BAAT), London, UK

Pratique clinique et méthodes d'intervention :

In November 2021 I started my small private practice. I have worked supporting neurodiverse children and adults. I practice non-directive and directive art therapy, integrating tools from Gestalt, Humanistic, Cognitive Behavioural, and Dialectical Behavioural therapies. Recognizing that most of these practices come from appropriated ancestral healing practices and knowledge by Western Psychology. During my graduate studies, I had the opportunity to learn and practice art therapy with neurodiverse children and adults at the Center for Arts in Human Development (CAHD from Concordia University) and the Children's Psychiatric program at the Jewish General Hospital. I do my best to: - work from a humanistic and decolonial intersectional feminist standpoint. - provide a brave and safe space to empower your therapeutic process and progress. - respect your pace and little by little support you to enlarge your circle of tolerance to broaden your resiliency.

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