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Group Art Therapy

Foundation 45 Adult Art Therapy Group


Alleviating depression, anxiety and promoting suicide prevention is the focus of this free open group.  You do not need to have experience making art.  A trained art therapist will be there to support and guide you through use of art materials.  In art therapy the space strives to be a safe environment for creative expression.  The art you create is yours to keep.  Space for 12.  Call to reserve your spot!  972=544-6633

This group meets on the last Saturday of each month at Goldmark Cultural Center 13999 Goldmark Drive Suite 274, Dallas, TX 75240

DBT informed Art Therapy


The purpose of this 8-week group is to provide individuals with the opportunity to integrate therapeutic art activities to enhance the comprehension, practice and retention of DBT skills. The group will focus on learning skills from 4 DBT modules to include: mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotional regulation and interpersonal effectiveness.

By incorporating various art techniques, discussing one’s creative process and practicing skills weekly, group members can expect to learn skills that will improve focus, relaxation, relationships and management of overwhelming emotions.

This group meets on Wednesdays from 6-8pm

Cost $35 per group session

To determine group readiness, an individual intake session is required prior to beginning group. Intake cost $50

Please contact Wendee VanOrder at 972-435-6642 to schedule your initial intake session.  

Art Therapy


We are excited to  work with GEM, Girls Embracing Mothers to aid in their mission to reduce recidivism by engaging incarcerated mothers with their daughters.  

Friendship Circle of Dallas

The Friendship Circle, established in the Dallas Jewish Community in 2016, is dedicated to helping c

The Friendship Circle, established in the Dallas Jewish Community in 2016, is dedicated to helping children and young adults with special needs to become more fully integrated into the broader community. Since 1994, Friendship Circles have been created in more than 60 cities around the world.

The program allows children and young adults with special needs to enjoy the company of teenage and young adult volunteers in a full range of social activities. The Friendship Circle aims to enrich the lives of all participants through mutually advantageous interactions, creating lasting friendships, which consequently strengthen both the Jewish and greater communities.

Accessible Art

We are excited to announce that Accessible Art is now an affiliate of Dallas Art Therapy.